gratine

Related to gratine: Gratin dauphinois

gratine

(ˈɡrætɪneɪ; French ɡratine)
adj
(Cookery) cookery cooked au gratin
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Then courses number four to seven, the main courses or what they call Les Merienda De Resistance: Cebuano Alimasag a la Brandade Gratine, which was crab meat minced with moringa leaves, broiled Sta.
"We propose using asparagus in different textures too -- raw, boiled and fried -- and with Eggs gratine au Parmigiano Reggiano and All-Spice Red Rice Chips, a match that Italians will appreciate very much.
As you read, you lower your gaze from time to time for a definition of a Paulee de Meursault or for the ingredients in a poulet gratine, one of Julia Child's favorite dishes.
For the next course, itOs French onion soup gratine, clam chowder or one of four salads that include sea salt roasted red beets, Chop House, beefsteak tomato and red onion and Caesar, prepared tableside.
It is sprinkled before cooking over meat or vegetables or anything else that requires a gratine crust.
The aim of the new recipe - for Tomato Gratine Tarts - is to bring cheese, an often neglected ingredient over the festive season, to the Christmas dinner table.
Meanwhile, Gorcy produces a Parmentier de Poisson Gratine (Fish Parmentier with Cheese), selling at 26.30 francs for a 1 kilogram box.