batterie de cuisine


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batterie de cuisine

(French batri də kɥizin)
n
(Cookery) cooking utensils collectively; pots and pans, etc
[C18: literally: battery of kitchen]
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Our latest cook left last month, taking with her many hours of lessons on how to sous vide, to pressure-cook lentils in preparation for making a dal, and to keep my batterie de cuisine of copper pots gleaming.
When royalty, earls, or members of the landed gentry returned their sets of jelly moulds, probably the most expensive element in the batterie de cuisine of a great house, it was vital they were identifiable and sent back to the correct owners.
IT'S GREAT FUN AND THE KIDS WILL LOVE THE IDEA OF AN INDOOR GARDEN' For country-style kitchens, why not free up precious drawer space by hanging pans on S hooks from a ceiling frame to create a batterie de cuisine.
I moved my batterie de cuisine here from over the cooker - it used to block the view as I cooked.
A veritable batterie de cuisine of copper jelly moulds will tempt bigger money, with individuals estimated at pounds 800-1,200, while anyone seeking fireplace furniture for a grand Georgian townhouse or country seat has a large choice of fenders, fire irons, trivets and grates.
It is the most used knife in my batterie de cuisine.
Unlike some of their more modern counterparts, ancient cookery books rarely include a helpfully illustrated batterie de cuisine, so every piece of kitchen equipment must be researched and recreated.
Kitchen tools and gadgets encompass some of the most useful and useless tools in a cook's batterie de cuisine.
Other "must haves" that Oakhurst already boasts in this impressive room are the batterie de cuisine, the Belfast sink, the versatile island work unit, and the Fired Earth floor tiles which echo Minton originals in the approach corridor.