from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A kind of red and brown marble.


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  • I had the chance to make both Emotions Mosaic (griotte jelly, pistachio jelly, pistachio mascarpone cream) and Celeste (rhubarb compote, fresh strawberries, passion fruit and mascarpone mousse, passion fruit marshmallows).

    foodbeam » Sunday… well Saturday c’est Hermé – First week: Ispahan, Emotions, Sensations & baked treats

  • Macaron with pistachio and cinnamon ganache, and two griotte halves

    foodbeam » 2007 » July

  • I used a griotte jam griotte is a kind of small and very perfumed cherries instead of morello cherry jam.

    foodbeam » Chocolate-cherry cupcakes

  • The peppery, cherry griotte and black raspberry finish could be a little longer, but this stylish wine gives so much pleasure, I'm not complaining.

    CellarTracker Tasting Notes (all notes)

  • Aromas of barnyard, Provencal herbs, cherry griotte, lavender, forest floor and white pepper start off the perfume.

    CellarTracker Tasting Notes (all notes)

  • I got 3 at 241 yen a piece (about US$2. 41 each). violette -- this one was filled with griotte (morello cherry) and pear puree made into a gel rose -- loved this one the rose flavor from the cream filled my mouth as soon as I bit into it.

    Our Adventures in Japan

  • _griotte_, condemned blocks of which no use can be made for lack of

    The Nabob, Volume 1 (of 2)

  • The addition of little hidden things in the hearts of macarons is Pierre Hermé’s signature: olive oil and vanilla (with two pieces of green olive), Ispahan (raspberry gellant), Mosaic (two griotte halves – hint: this is my personal favourite) and white truffle and hazelnuts (three crushed hazelnuts) just to cite a few.

    foodbeam » 2007 » July


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  • A type of marble, or the morello cherry, you pick.

    The griotte is infrequently encountered as a charge in heraldry blazonings.

    October 8, 2011