from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A sou.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A corrupt form of Sou.
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- noun Plural form of
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The term sous vide doesn't appear on the menu, nor does its euphemism, "slow-cooked."
Luckily, she has invested in sous vide techniques enough at Tilth that she could split her equipment between the restaurant and the event Tuesday night.
Mis à part les commandes privées faites à une amie qui s’envolerait pour l’Europe, et qui ramènerait avec elle un jouet coquin sous le manteau, il existe de vrais réseaux, parfaitement discrets et organisés qui se chargent de vendre ces jouets pour adultes.
One is the whole idea of using a crockpot for - well, there's a cooking technique called sous vide cooking, which is just a French term that means under vacuum, describes one step in the process.
The silken halibut was "slow-cooked," aka sous vide.
The great man demonstrates how the revolutionary technique of slow, low-temperature cookery known as sous vide (under vacuum) works wonders of tenderness and visual brilliance.
I count the money: it amounts to twelve sous, which is not enough.
From Mons to Brussels, and round that town, from 1 franc to 30 sous, that is, from 10d. to 15d.
Valenciennes, and from that to Mons, they are from 1 franc to 25 sous, that is, from 10d. to 12-1/2d.
If you've ever used a FoodSaver -- a popular vacuum-packing system -- you might find another one of Keller's favorite systems, known as sous-vide, quite familiar.