Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of fricandeau.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • All the meat, ragouts, fricandeaux, and roasts, which are served round at dinner, seem to me to be of the same meat: a black uncertain sort of viand do these “fleshpots of Egypt” contain.

    Notes of a Journey From Cornhill to Grand Cairo

  • The leg is used for cutlets, fricandeaux, stews and roasts, and for braising.

    Miss Parloa's New Cook Book

  • The youngsters grumbled to each other about the messes when they were unusually mysterious; and it must be owned that there were _vol-au-vents_ and _fricandeaux_ consumed in that establishment which were awful and wonderful in their nature; but they ventured on no complaint to the mistress of the mansion.

    Charlotte's Inheritance

  • It may be used with the feather of a quill, to colour meats, such as the upper part of fricandeaux; and to impart colour to sauces.

    The Book of Household Management

  • If his omelettes — if his fricandeaux were inestimable, what littérateur of that day would not have given twice as much for an 'Idée de Bon-Bon' as for all the trash of all the 'Idées' of all the rest of the savants?

    Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque. In Two Volumes. Vol. I

  • Cherbourg and Cowes; some living higgledy-piggledy in dismal little huts in Scotland, provisioned with canisters of portable soup, and fricandeaux hermetically sealed in tin, are passing their days slaughtering grouse upon the moors; some are dozing and bathing away the effects of the season at Kissingen, or watching the ingenious game of

    The Book of Snobs

  • Some of those worthy Snobs are making-believe to go yachting, and, dressed in telescopes and pea-jackets, are passing their time between Cherbourg and Cowes; some living higgledy-piggledy in dismal little huts in Scotland, provisioned with canisters of portable soup, and fricandeaux hermetically sealed in tin, are passing their days slaughtering grouse upon the moors; some are dozing and bathing away the effects of the season at Kissingen, or watching the ingenious game of TRENTE ET QUARANTE at Homburg and

    The Book of Snobs

  • At half-past six the great bell at Felden Woods rang a clamorous peal that went shivering above the trees, to tell the country-side that the family were going to dress for dinner; and another peal at seven to tell the villagers round Beckenham and West Wickham that Maister Floyd and his household were going to dine; but not altogether an empty or discordant peal, for it told the hungry poor of broken victuals and rich and delicate meats to be had almost for asking in the servants 'offices -- shreds of fricandeaux and patches of dainty preparations, quarters of chickens and carcasses of pheasants, which would have gone to fatten the pigs for Christmas but for Archibald Floyd's strict commands that all should be given to those who chose to come for it.

    Aurora Floyd. A Novel

  • 3. Ibid., sauce Robert à la Bourgeoise, 1:133; grilled tripe, 1:170; veal, 1:242; stuffed veal breast, 1:246; fricandeaux, 1:271; braised mutton tongues, 1:309; hachis de mouton, 1:354; sirloin of beef, 1:540.

    Savoring The Past

  • _fricandeaux_ were inestimable, what _littérateur_ of that day would not have given twice as much for an "_Idée de Bon-Bon_" as for all the trash of "_Idées_" of all the rest of the _savants?

    The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 5

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.