Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mandoline.

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Examples

  • With its mandolines, accordions, and cooing chorus, Martin's recording enshrined the folk memory of the old country.

    When Italians Ruled the Airwaves

  • At $50 or not much more, it's way cheaper than other mandolines.

    Chat Leftovers: Any way you slice it

  • Re: mandolines–I bought an expensive French-made mandoline but never used it and got rid of it, then needed one and got the Oxo model, which I like very much.

    herbed summer squash and potato torte | smitten kitchen

  • Like you, I was afraid of mandolines, thanks to all the horror stories.

    cellophane noodle salad with roast pork | smitten kitchen

  • Porcelain terrines, escargot and oyster serving dishes, silicone baking molds, piping tips of all types, mortars and pestles, dangerously sharp mandolines, lovely olive wood utensils and most everything serious chefs and amateur home cooks can dream of.

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • Porcelain terrines, escargot and oyster serving dishes, silicone baking molds, piping tips of all types, mortars and pestles, dangerously sharp mandolines, lovely olive wood utensils and most everything serious chefs and amateur home cooks can dream of.

    E. Dehillerin, Le Spécialiste du Matériel de Cuisine

  • Porcelain terrines, escargot and oyster serving dishes, silicone baking molds, piping tips of all types, mortars and pestles, dangerously sharp mandolines, lovely olive wood utensils and most everything serious chefs and amateur home cooks can dream of.

    E. Dehillerin, Le Spécialiste du Matériel de Cuisine

  • First, mandolines are great a little difficult to get used to, that's why so many people get them and then put them away like I did and several other people who left me comments.

    Subs and stuff

  • Then, for the wine to drink, three men came with mandolines and guitars, and sat in a corner playing their rapid tunes, while all danced on the dusty brick floor of the little parlour.

    Twilight in Italy

  • They danced the slow, trailing, lilting polka-waltz round and round the small room, the guitars and mandolines twanging rapidly, the dust rising from the soft bricks.

    Twilight in Italy

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