Ecuelle


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ecuelle

(eɪˈkwɛl)
n
(Cookery) a covered soup bowl with two handles

Ecuelle

An array of needle-like projections jutting up from a basin a few inches in diameter. The ecuelle was used for rasping raw, whole fruit and, in particular, to help in the extraction of oil from the peel of citrus fruit.
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Kathryn Jones selects an early 17th century ecuelle and cover--traditionally given to a mother after childbirth--as her personal favourite; a vehicle for 'a tour de force' of engraving.
When Ruiter saved well from Bruno Ecuelle Manga, Kone pushed his luck and Morrison from the corner.
Puis, lorsque les chiots grandissent, l'homme delaye du gateau de mil (to) et en verse dans une ecuelle qui leur est reservee qui n'est autre qu'un tronc d'arbre evide (dessin 4).