quenelle


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que·nelle

 (kə-nĕl′)
n.
A ball or dumpling of finely chopped meat or seafood bound with eggs and poached in stock or water.

[French, from German Knödel, from Middle High German, diminutive of knode, knot, knob, from Old High German knodo.]

quenelle

(kəˈnɛl)
n
(Cookery) a finely sieved mixture of cooked meat or fish, shaped into various forms and cooked in stock or fried as croquettes
[C19: from French, from German Knödel dumpling, from Old High German knodo knot]
Translations

quenelle

n (Cook) (of meat) → Fleischklößchen nt; (of fish) → Fischklößchen nt
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France's Sport Minster Valerie Fourneyron called Anelka's public display of Dieudonne's quenelle a "shocking and disgusting" act, but the player maintains he didn't know about the anti-Semitic significance of the salute.
He tweeted a statement yesterday which, following translation, said: "The meaning of Quenelle is anti-system.
When Anelka (above) made the quenelle gesture last month, he was, knowingly or not, allying himself with anti-Semitism.
Mince Pies with a Quenelle of Cinnamon and Brandy Mascarpone and Caramel sauce
24 hours later his twoand-a-half year stay at The Hawthorns is over 20 Club sponsor Zoopla inform Albion that it will end its sponsorship as the fall-out from Nicolas Anelka's quenelle in December continues 29 At Villa Park, Albion romp into a two-goal lead in the opening nine minutes thanks to Chris Brunt and Fabian Delph's own goal but Villa win a seven-goal thriller 30 George Thorne signs a new three-and-a-half-year deal - and promptly joins Championship side Derby on loan FEBRUARY 2 Markus Rosenberg has his contract cancelled by mutual consent 27 Albion suspend Anelka after both charges are proven at an FA hearing over the quenelle MARCH 14 Albion sack Anelka for gross misconduct after the French striker takes to social media to state he will retire.
The eatery is easily identified as a Jewish one thanks to its prominently displayed kosher certificate, and the fact that it closes on Shabbat on Jewish holidays, which patrons say leads locals to shout "dirty Jews" at diners, and flash the quenelle, the inverted Nazi salute that has become popular across Europe.
These 4 categories were 1) figatellu and fitone, 2) dried salted liver, 3) quenelle and quenelle paste, and 4) dried or fresh liver sausages.
Le Morocco Royal Tour s'est termine en beaute pour le Francais Olivier Robert, vainqueur du Grand Prix CSI3*W d'El Jadida grace a son extraordinaire Quenelle du Py au terme d'un barrage qui a offert du tres beau sport a plus de 3 800 spectateurs marocains presents ce dimanche apres-midi.
The FA have taken a firm stance with Spurs' Benoit Assou-Ekotto over his Twitter support of Nicolas Anelka's quenelle gesture.
HULL striker Yannick Sagbo has been fined PS15,000 and ordered to complete an education course after showing support for Nicolas Anelka's controversial quenelle goal celebration on social media.
In an interview with French newspaper Metro News, the French striker defended himself against accusations that the quenelle is anti-semitic.
Food Obsessed Loser: "A marble-rolled quenelle of wind-dried lark's tongue.