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n. pl. bou·quets gar·nis (bō-kāz′ gär-nē′, bo͞o-)
A bunch of herbs tied together, wrapped in cheesecloth or enclosed in a small cloth sack, and immersed during cooking, as in a soup or stew.
[French : bouquet, bunch + garni, past participle of garnir, to garnish.]
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bouquet garni(ˈbuːkeɪ ɡɑːˈniː)
n, pl bouquets garnis (ˈbuːkeɪz ɡɑːˈniː)
(Cookery) a bunch of herbs tied together and used for flavouring soups, stews, etc
[C19: from French, literally: garnished bouquet]
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pl. bouquets gar•nis (gɑrˈni)
a small bunch of herbs tied together or wrapped in cheesecloth and used to flavor soups and stews.
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A bunch of herbs, including marjoram, thyme, and parsley. Used to flavor stews and soups.
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n (Cook) → Kräutermischung f
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