vinegarette


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vinegarette

(ˌvɪnɪɡəˈrɛt)
n
a variant spelling of vinaigrette1
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Radishes, which are crunchy and colorful as well as good for your digestive system, are trendy in American restaurants right now," she commented, while whipping up a a vinegarette made with champagne vinegar, mustard, a touch of honey, sour cream, oil, salt and pepper.
With the inclement weather outside I opted for the soup of the day, which was a vegetable, while Betty Wyn selected the avocado and vinegarette salad.
Heinz are blaming trendy new dressings such as mayonnaise, vinegarette and French dressing for plummeting sales of the condiment they first launched in 1914.