fumet


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fumet

(fjuːˈmɛt)
n
(Cookery) a strong-flavoured liquor from cooking fish, meat, or game: used to flavour sauces
[French, literally: aroma]

fumet

(ˈfjuːmət)
n
(Zoology) (often plural) archaic the dropping of a deer
[C16 fewmet: probably via Old French from Latin fimāre to spread dung on, from fimus dung]

fumet

The concentrated liquid in which fish, meat or vegetables has been cooked.
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I had a local beef daube Bourguignon with shallots, mushrooms, lardons, thyme mash and a red wine fumet, followed by a hot chocolate fondant.
"Each component, stock, wine reduction, and fumet, must achieve its own pinnacle of flavor.
If I were on a coast, I would create a whole fish cooked with clams, mussels in a fumet with some grilled bread and a heavy portion of rouille.
This was followed by Sustainable Prawns, Radish Fumet, Uni, Crisp Paella Sheet, Shojin Dashi Custard and Intense Soy; it was an umami explosion, with various flavors coming together in a medley of textures.
Il fallait se resigner a rentrer les mains vides et il se resigna a prendre le chemin de sa baraque qui ne sentira pas le fumet de la chorba.
Entrees include rope-grown mussels with patis fumet and grilled flap steak with potato puree, roasted salsify, artichoke barigoule and veal demi glace.
J'ai appris a lire sur tes levres qui n'ont jamais quitte les miennes et que je savais mordiller quand le plaisir m'engloutissait et m'emboucanait de son fumet. Je te sais par coeur, par la saveur et par l'odeur
C'est pourquoi le chien qui flaire l'odeur du lievre n'apprecie pas la senteur en elle-meme, mais se rejouit du fumet de son repas; pareillement, les personnes qui apprecient les effluves sensuelles et les fumets aiment ces odeurs parce qu'elles eveillent des appetits alimentaires et sexuels, lesquels forment le champ de la vertu de temperance (III, 13, 1118a9-16).
Among the nearly 140 recipes, you'll find jams, jellies, pickles, stocks, sauces, fish fumet, candied chilies, smoked oysters, air-cured Bresaola, duck confit and more.
The secret to a good paella is the stock: I use a concentrated seafood fumet with white wine, prawn, clam, fish, and mussels reduced to intensify flavors.
Authors of the Full Correction and Under-correction of Myopia Evaluation Trial (FUMET) (19) identified a number of confounding variables which may have affected the outcomes of earlier studies; they hope to address these using a more rigorous experimental protocol.
Ce n'est plus une chair pantelante sur l'etal, c'est un arome, un fumet, une essence qui s'evapore comme le parfum d'une cassolette.