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 (lī′ə-nāz′, lē′ə-nĕz′)
Cooked with onions: lyonnaise potatoes; potatoes lyonnaise.

[From French (à la) Lyonnaise, (in the manner) of Lyon, from Lyon.]


(ˌlaɪəˈneɪz; French ljɔnɛz)
(Cookery) (of food) cooked or garnished with onions, usually fried


(ˌlaɪ əˈneɪz, -ˈnɛz, ˌli ə-)

cooked with pieces of onion.
[1840–50; < French (à la) lyonnaise in the manner of Lyons]
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Adj.1.lyonnaise - cooked with onions
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
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So, without further ado, and in case even talking about it brings the rainclouds back, let's get to the recipe for today, which is a brilliant salad from France, the classic Salade Lyonnaise, or rather a souped-up version of it that I made a few weeks ago, when I discovered a half-used bag of Japanese panko breadcrumbs in the cupboard.
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The typically French baguette base is crispy on the outside, soft inside and topped with delicious French-inspired ingredients such as Jambon a la Parisienne, Tomato & Fromage, Hawaii, Salami a la Lyonnaise and Champignon a la Normande, just like you would find on the menu of a typically French bistro.
At the end of his first year at the Ecole Lyonnaise de Bioforce, which specializes in humanitarian issues, Torabi went to Congo.
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Outside of Lyon, these upheavals were interpreted as precursors of a generalized class war between bourgeoisie and proletariat, but in Lyon itself, as Yves Lequin showed in his Les ouvriers de la region lyonnaise (1977), radical leftist movements failed to take strong root in the region after 1850, and workers' loyalties to the republic and the nation proved stronger than their sense of class consciousness.