mariniere


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mariniere

(ˌmærɪnɪˈjɛə)
adj
(Cookery) (of shellfish) served in white wine and onion sauce
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And they are delicious served either in a simple mariniere sauce with or without added cream.
The mussels were cooked extraordinarily well and served in a mariniere style.
And the same can be said for Creme de la Creme's menu.There's a stern nod to French fine dining, with moules mariniere, cassoulet de haricots, foie de poulet and boeuf de Bourguignon, alongside simple soups and sandwiches.
Later, Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel popularised the long-sleeved 'mariniere' top and Breton (meaning 'from Brittany') T-shirts have been in style It's remarkable, when you think about it, how many trends have come and gone since the 1910s, while the sailor-inspired staple has endured.
Later, Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel popularised the long-sleeved 'mariniere' top and Breton meaning 'from Brittany') T-shirts have been in style ever since.
This has additional seating and hot food stalls selling things like bowls of moules mariniere.
The new food offering also presents traditional 'plat du jour' options that are available daily throughout the week with chef's specials such as steak and frites, moules mariniere, raclette night, fishmonger day and a Saturday roasts.
A must with moules mariniere and crusty French bread to dip in the white wine sauce, you can almost sense the sea spray hitting the deck.
Dinner, which costs $68 per person, starts with gougere farci before moving on to mussels mariniere or classic escargot de bourgogne, coq au vin classique or tournedos of beef tenderloin au poivre, and ends with nouveau creme brulee or souffle framboise and chocolate truffles for everyone.
I am sure you will all have heard of moules mariniere - it's been a bistro staple across most of Europe for as long as anyone can remember.
Dishes such as Gower mussels come with a choice of Thai green curry, marsh samphire, fresh tomato and garlic or traditional mariniere a la creme.
The mariniere, or the striped shirt worn by the French Navy in the 19th century, was also a nod to Jean Paul Gaultier's signature sailor T-shirt.