from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A dagger.
  • n. Alternative form of panada. (paste made with bread)

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A dagger.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as panada.
  • n. A kind of two-edged knife.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • When all is chilled make the "panade" - blend the bread, milk, cream and eggs together.

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  • Soak bread in milk, then tear into tiny pieces this is called a panade and adds moisture.

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  • I thought it would be good for the panade, which is based on a Paula Wolfert recipe from some years back- I forget which book, which called for a "deep earthenware casserole."

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  • The French use stale bread to make panade, which is a binding agent used in certain recipes.

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  • We started with a favorite salad, a purply jumble of slivered red cabbage and lemon, and then moved on to panade, which is pretty plush and sexy as winter dishes go.


  • After reading through the magazine, I had to try this panade, which is a celebration of the union of soggy bread and soft and gooey gruyére cheese.

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  • I remember once having drunk the contents of a large ink-pot after being compelled by mamma to swallow a "panade," [Footnote: Bread stewed a long time in water and flavoured with a little butter and sugar, a kind of "sops" given to children in France.] because she imagined that panades were good for the health.

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  • The way to keep well-done beef really moist is to use a panade which is bread soaked in milk.

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  • That is the review I found when I googled "panade," and I could not have said it better myself.

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  • For his second Slow Food Fast contribution, Mr. Schwartz shares a recipe for pumpkin panade.

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