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- n. Plural form of salmi.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A ragout of partly roasted game stewed with sauce, wine, bread, and condiments suited to provoke appetite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See salmi.
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• Le salmis de pieuvre au girofle Mauritius de Stelio Perombelon, chef des Cons servent et du Pullman ak
We are serving salmis de palombes, which is pigeon pie, very succulent, in a Merlot and shallot sauce.
A juicy pigeon was perched on the edge of the tart, accompanied by a rich salmis made from its liver and heart.
May have our full fling at their _salmis_ and patés.
The most knowing in these matters are supposed to be Pierre, the host of the Grand Café, right under the rooms of the Jockey Club, and the rotund Henry, keeper of the Restaurant Bignon, Avenue de l'Opéra, the confidant of certain turfmen, who may favor him with invaluable hints if their _salmis_ of woodcocks should have been a success or their
It is then turned out on a flat dish, and the hot salmis, blanquette or ragout is poured into the centre.
Fill the centre with a curry, fricassee, salmis or blanquette.
Fill the centre with a fricassee, salmis or blanquette, and serve hot.
This morning I had a salmis of rats -- it was excellent -- something between frog and rabbit.
– Henry made a "salmi" of the quail for breakfast that was truly delicious: I could be a gourmet, if I could always feed on such salmis.