blanquette

Related to blanquette: Blanquette de veau

blan·quette

 (bläN-kĕt′)
n.
A stew made with a white sauce.
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blanquette

(blɒŋˈkɛt; French blɑ̃ket)
n
a French stew made of meat, usually veal, and white sauce
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It might mean swapping the cote-de-boeuf for cowpeas, the blanquette de veau for buckwheat flour, but a growing number of foodie insiders are joining climate scientists in calling for drastic measures to sustainably feed our ballooning population.
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With a wide range of international cuisines, Gourmet Lunch Buffet provides guests a voyage of gastronomic indulgence with a variety of freshly prepared, delicious and delectable dishes including exquisite nigiri, a delightful array of hot dishes such as Blanquette de Veau Braised Veal in Cream Sauce; Vegetable Tempura; Dim Sum and Steamed Thai-Style Lemon and Chilli Sea Bass as well as other hearty selections to satisfy all your cravings.
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Look for the oversize display board advertising a changing menu of classics, including veal blanquette and croque monsieur, as well as the baking schedule for each batch of souffles--Champeaux's signature dish.
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We chose the bouillabaisse, but given how it turned out we will be coming back for the blanquette de veau (yes, when was the last time you saw that on a menu?) and the whole roast duck, another French table-side classic in which the breasts are first carved out with the dexterity of a surgeon, served, and then the rest finished and then served with a light sauce (or sometimes as a confit).