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  • n. Plural form of goujon.


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  • When you sit down, references to the classic and the new are made right away: puff pastry goujons filled with mornay sauce (classic), and soft checker-counter rounds of salty olive oil sponge bread (new).

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  • Now it's two weeks, multiple visits to the vet, great fun and games trying to give her various antibiotics and anti-nausea pills, a lot of hand-feeding of freshly cooked chicken breast goujons, and some major TLC and frantic worry later.

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  • The first thing he sends out from the kitchen when you sit down (after some splendid cheese goujons) is a small martini glass full of an orange froth, accompanied by a thin pastry cigar flecked with Meyer lemon peel.

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  • This syrupy mixture was smeared over separate piles of chicken goujons and peeled and deveined prawns, and left to marinate in the fridge for a couple of hours.

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  • Twice during dinner Madame Maigret had watched him with a look of tenderness in her eyes, first when he had ordered friture de goujons, the second time when he had followed this by asking for an andouillette grillée with pommes frites.

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  • Spring - Avocado and Houmous salad, Frittata, Saag paneer, Chowder, Golden goujons, Chicken liver pate, Oaty rhubarb crumble

  • I'd love to take them to a brasserie and watch them tuck into velouté de mousseron, but they know darn well there are cheap and nasty chicken goujons to be had and I am so cowardly or tired or reluctant to make a scene that I don't make a stand. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • I had a lot of attention and a lot of people passing down their little goujons of knowledge to me, which was quite exciting. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Oliver's tactic sounds simple: if we make goujons of the less familiar species, he reasons, the endangered types can recover their number. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Back in the mists of the "pub grub" period, chickens came in baskets; then, as we entered the gastropub age, they became goujons with sweet-chilli dipping sauce; now, with the dawning of fully-fledged "dining pubs", like The Victoria Inn in Cornwall, chicken is garlic and herb-roasted with ratatouille, green beans and pesto - well, it was a natural selection for me. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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