bouquetiere

bouquetiere

(bukətjer)
n
(Cookery) an assortment of fresh vegetables
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Fancy French names signified the higher class of the establishment: Aiguillette of Chicken Halibut, Daumont; Planked Sirloin Steak Bouquetiere; and Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Noodles Chanoinesse (a poor attempt at the word Chinoise) demonstrated the status associated with dining at a CPR hotel.
Appearing for the fifth and the final time for the contest, the eighth-grader from Kansas confidently spelled words as cytopoiesis, bouquetiere and thamakau before she was asked to tackle the golden word.
Louisiana regional dishes will be featured, including Cajun gumbo soup, Louisiana crab cakes, bourbon-marinated roast tenderloin of beef with a Cabernet sauce reduction, Southern yams on a grilled pineapple "bouquetiere" of baby spring vegetables, chocolate beignets and Bananas Foster.
College St., 704-343-9201, www.bentleyson27.com) specializes in classic French dining; Holland Dover Sole and Chateaubriand Bouquetiere are served with the most spectacular sunset vista in the city.
La Bouquetiere Inc., based in San Francisco, sells its European bath fixtures, textiles, accessories, candles and personal-care products to high-end department stores, spas and antique shops, and in its own San Francisco store.
Merlans la Bercy Coquilles de Cervelles au Gratin Flamri de Semoule Galantine de Volaille a la Gelee Anguilles Pompadour Selle de Mouton Bouquetiere
Offered daily are dinner specialties such as roast crown rack of lamb bouquetiere, which is slowly roasted to perfection, delicately carved tableside, and served with garden vegetables and a house-made mint sauce ($38 for two); and broiled Australian lobster tail with clarified butter.
Among the blends prepared to customers' specifications is a Chinese-style Sichuan mix, plus stir-fry Jardiniere and Bouquetiere recipes.
Textiles from Spain, Italy, Portugal and Switzerland spilled across showrooms, including Columbine Cody, Cobra Trading Co., DownTown, La Bouquetiere, Source, Christian Mosso and Associates, Nelson Garfield, Alexander Terry and McPhatter & Associates.
Milotal Ltd., a leading Israeli frozen vegetable processor, is challenging the fresh pack market with vegetables that promise "the taste of fresh produce." These include all the standard items, from peas to corn, plus three new exotic mixes: Sichuan (with bean sprouts, rice and diced red and green peppers as well as peas and corn), Jardiniere (with baby carrots, cut broccoli, cauliflower, celery, wax beans and diced red peppers) and Bouquetiere (with wax and green beans, baby carrots and diced red peppers).