French twist


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French twist

n.
A hairstyle in which the hair is pulled back, twisted into a coil, and secured vertically along the back of the head. Also called French roll.
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The village of Mount Prospect's Sister City Commission will host the Marche Franais, a farmers market with a French twist, from 8 a.m.
Bouthiaux had been known for his menu at a Gout de France dinner and his interpretation of Filipino dishes with a French twist. I have not been to Garcia's The Black Pig due to the distance, and special trips defeat the idea of relaxing at a bar.
Home to the only restaurant in Scotland to hold two Michelin stars, foodies can tuck into the Scottish cuisine with a French twist at the Andrew Fairlie Restaurant, Gleneagles.
He creates divine dishes full of seasonal produce with a French twist. I warmly recommend sampling the food even if you are not a hotel guest.
As well as working tirelessly to get Thyme up and running, Cathy and her team have been putting together new menus, with food being described as British with a French twist.
For lunch Ducasse must have been pleased with the meal of Filipino food with a French twist: Fresh deboned bangus on a bed of small eggplants and wagyu beef on a deliciously mixed mashed potatoes.
Served from 5pm, the a la carte evening menu offers an excellent selection including vegetarian and vegan, which Craig describes as 'Welsh with a slight French twist,' using local produce whenever possible.
Now they are celebrating the end of their six classes - with a French twist.
Garlic Theatre entertain the whole family with beautifully crafted puppets, music and a French twist to the tale.
In 1977 they created a fashion range that combined their names and added a French twist, creating the Jacques Vert brand.
PUTTING a French twist on Sunday lunch could go badly wrong.