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  • n. Plural form of monsieur.


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  • Eventually they'll even fix your brunch jones, turning out Hangover Sandwiches from croque monsieurs/ madames to croissants stuffed with bacon, egg & cheese --despite Jay-Z being all about the cheddar, you know Swizz beats it.

    Thrillist: La Silhouette French-American From Some Very Vetted Vets

  • Inside the bright and cavernous event space, pouty male models with Morrissey hair served cocktails while guests grabbed pass-arounds like foie gras, oysters, and mini-croque monsieurs.

    French Wave at Targét

  • From there I moved on to French toast, croque monsieurs.

    The Bird House

  • By noon on weekends, the 40-seat restaurant with a tin ceiling and scuffed floors is usually packed with diners ordering croques madames and monsieurs, and steak frites; afterward they go view the Manhattan skyline at Gantry State Park or check out P.S. 1's art exhibitions.

    Distinctively French

  • Or alternatively you could go via the A61 - traffic through the centre of Barnsley would seperate the monsieurs from the garçons.

    Tour de France 2010: Stage five - as it happened

  • She also made dinner: croque monsieurs and French potato salad.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Runners-up Sophie Buhai and Lisa Mayock, of Vena Cava, chatted to girl-about-town Maggie Betts and snacked on croque monsieurs.

    Inside the Vogue/C.F.D.A. Party: Rebecca Guinness

  • Ah ca, monsieurs, have none of you been here before?

    A Start in Life

  • And the rest, mesdames et monsieurs, as they say, is history.

    The Paper Chef

  • (Spoken in faux french accent) And last madames y monsieurs to finish ze meal we have the Robust Banana served in with a soupcon of milky charybdis ...

    I KNOW Charybdis...I've studied Charybdis...and you madame...


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