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- n. Archaic form of vinaigrette.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See vinaigrette, n., 2.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A vinaigrette!
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But the vinegarette was awesome and the flavor combination on the bites that were the appropriate consistency was super good.
A salad of cubed Black Krim tomato and Magda squash in a basalmic vinegarette with a sprinkling of parmesan made for a healthful meal.
And of course, some vinegarette and a grating of Pecarino, Mmmmmmmmmmm.
I happen to like sun dried tomatoes in a greens salad with mozzarella or string cheese and a nice, homemade Italian vinegarette.
Baby greens salad with mango, avocado and toasted pine-nuts with a balsalmic vinegarette
One of my favorite ways to eat grapefruit is to make a salad of sectioned grapefruit, roasted beets cut into wedges, and sprouts, topped with a shallot and red wine vinegarette.
I've been eating my own tomato, avocado, red onion, cucumber, cilantro and albacore tuna combination with a sesame-lime vinegarette for many years, but didn't think it would be interesting enough to post about.
I love a salad with mixed baby greens, strawberries, feta, sliced almonds and a vinegarette.
I made a simple salad with shredded carrots, chopped tarragon and a vinegarette.
Grated raw beets are wonderful with a simple vinegarette - if you have Patricia Wells 'At Home in Provence, she has an excellent recipe.