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- n. Plural form of pilaff.
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The hotel diet was peculiarly Spanish; already the stews and 'pilaffs'
Why not import some of these sterner conceptions into our morality, as we import their peppery curries and kouskous and pilaffs into our cuisine?
Bulbul's dinners are, I own, very good; his pilaffs and curries excellent.
_kahabs_ and _pilaffs_ of chicken are good, but their appearance is not appetising and they are too satisfying.
Bulbul’s dinners are, I own, very good; his pilaffs and curries excellent.
We had delicate cucumbers stuffed with forced-meats; yellow smoking pilaffs, the pride of the Oriental cuisine; kid and fowls a l’Aboukir and a la Pyramide: a number of little savoury plates of legumes of the vegetable-marrow sort: kibobs with an excellent sauce of plums and piquant herbs.