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  • n. Plural form of toque.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The locals all bundled up with babes in toques and mittens and the tourists in shorts and t-shirts.

    weather in Mazatlan

  • Upon their heads they wore caps, such as in the jargon of fashion are called toques, and their faces were enveloped in yashmaks, white veils which cross the forehead above the eyes and are brought back just below them, so as to cover the rest of the face.

    Paul Patoff

  • Passard is just one of the big-name toques to cook aboard News

  • The Merry Widow retained its popularity until the eve of World War One, though it vied for supremacy with the smaller toques and turbans made popular by Paul Poiret.

    The Merry Widow Hat | Edwardian Promenade

  • There are chefs like New York's Jean-Georges Vongerichten, feudal lords who preside over restaurant empires with a galaxy of stars tucked under their toques; guys like Bobby Flay, who spend more time cooking on television than they do in their eponymous restaurants; and others, like Alice Waters, who invest their time and fame on tackling the major food issues of the day.

    José Andrés Wants to Feed the World (And You)

  • Ceviches, causas and anticuchos provide flavors that have the world's top toques raving, experimenting and catching the next jet.

    The Next Big Thing: Peruvian Food

  • In all fairness to Reichl, the crowd, classy as it looked, had its fair share of rubes and folks who seemed like they were hoping for prune juice recipes from the toques.

    René Redzepi And David Chang Talk Noma's Dishes, Chefs As Martyrs, Foraging With Ruth Reichl

  • It will carry an assertive theme, "Bite me," that may topple some chefs' toques.

    Bon Appétit Marks New Era With Cryptic 'Bite Me' Ad Campaign

  • Upstairs in the cafe, Bob Dylan blasts on the stereo, as toques rush across the floor.

    Robin Wilkey: Why Alice Matters: The Book of Chez Panisse (PHOTOS)

  • At least through Monday, the Stella Artois Caf é at the Samsung Galaxy Tab Lift, otherwise known as the place normal people go to get a hot chocolate when they get off the slopes, was offering free breakfast and lunch "curated daily by top-name celebrity toques" for "high profile guests, celebrities, media and tastemakers at the festival."

    Feeding the Sundance Masses


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