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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of gratinate.


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  • The Gallic menu changes weekly and features starters such as gratinated asparagus with parmesan, olives, rocket salad and balsamic reduction (£7.90) and pan-fried foie gras with grapes and gingerbread (£9.40).

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  • Remove the lid or foil, crank the heat up to 200C/gas 6 and give it another 10 minutes or so until the top has gratinated nicely.

    Celeriac, butternut squash, and mascarpone parmigiana

  • Franco serves plenty of unreconstructed French bistro dishes: gratinated onion soup, escargot.

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  • The slices were in the oven till the cheese gratinated, around 8 minutes.

    Watchamacallits on French bread and lil salad bowls

  • Think I might show my recipe for mussels with parsley and garlic soon, gratinated in the shell.

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  • Speaking, as we were, of gratinated hideous word cod brandade, both the small plates served at the bar and the menu in the restaurant offer items seemingly perversely chosen for their lack of appeal to the likely audience.

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  • Royal Academy exhibition, Modern British Sculpture until April 7, could order a plate of gratinated cod brandade at the bar and gaze at more classical pieces in the glazed cabinets.

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  • Australian chef Andy O'Brien - formerly a private chef to Madonna and Bon Jovi - offers substantial fusion fare like barbecued honey-lacquered short ribs, and gratinated Nha Trang lobster with smoked paprika and sea cresses. Top Stories

  • Rama Gardens (02-561-0022) - July: Greenery Cafe features French favourites such as chicken liver pate, gratinated scallops, veal stew and more, in international buffet at 390 baht for lunch and 420 baht for dinner. : Breaking News

  • •Green asparagus with apple, gratinated goat cheese and sugar cane honey

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