grillade


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grillade

(ˈɡrɪleɪd)
n
(Cookery) cookery obsolete grilled food
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Fourniture et livraison de repas en liaison froide au RU de Chartres et fourniture et livraison de denres alimentairescomposantes individuelles(menus)-viande-frites-boissons pour le point grillade du RU de Chartres.
On the F&B front, the hotel offers Mediterranean dishes with an Asian Twist at La Grillade Restaurant, spearheaded by Vladimir Rumiantsev.
Meme les Beti, qui estiment que manger les bananes sous forme de grillade traduit un certain denuement, se comptent parmi les consommateurs.
Stand-out main was the grillade of salmon, sea bass and king prawns (PS17.
Drink it with a good mixed grillade and grilled vegetables.
Bernard cooks kebabs on the wood-fired grillade while his wife explains the menu and dishes of the day in perfect English.
Bernard cooks kebabs on his wood-fired grillade while his wife explains the menu and dishes of the day in perfect English.
They suit every occasion from formal to casual and include many of her favourites such as a risotto with lemon, gazpacho, mantuan chicken, or a grillade of lamb breast.
Puis pendant la redaction, il cherche dans l'oeuvre de Sade la force violente qu'il veut insuffler aux evenements: "Je finis maintenant le siege de Carthage, et je vais arriver a la grillade des moutards.
Thus for Proust we find the expected "yin d'Asti," "petite madeleine," "asperges" and a few others (75); Rene Maran's Batouala features exotic offerings such as "gateau de manioc, grillade de chenilles et oeufs de caiman" (108); and a Goncourt prizewinner includes "herisson b ouilli" (139).
Parmi << les horreurs finales du chapitre XIII >>(7) figure la fameuse scene de la << grillade des moutards >>, comme la nomme Flaubert dans sa Correspondance (on retrouve la delectation sadique du discours prive, refutee dans et par le discours public)(8), scene qui a generalement ebranle la critique contemporaine des la parution de Salammbo.