soup course

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soup course

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Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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There was also a tradition that the soup course should be light and unpretending--a sort of simple and austere vigil for the feast of fish that was to come.
That was the soup course at the Chef's Table at Samira of Anya Resort in Tagaytay.
The served-to-the-table iftar begins with dates, of course, followed by a soup course, in which you can choose between a traditional lentil soup or an innovative quinoa and chickpea option.
If that's the soup course, then perhaps it's time for a salad next?
Farther west, La Demoiselle became the soup course for French-allied Indians bent on destroying the chief's pro-English trading policy.
Tomatoes and onions are a part and parcel of almost every meal, and dinner is not dinner unless there's a soup course precedes it.
It is great served in a mug with a sandwich or for the soup course of an elegant dinner party.
While the number of courses varied depending on how wealthy you were, most households would have served a soup course, a stuffed goose - which was much more popular than turkey - and beef (cheaper cuts were stewed rather than roasted), served with Yorkshire puddings.
The soup course consisted of fish chowder, venison chili and goose chili.
There were starters, including smoked salmon, goats cheese parcels with honey dressing or Greek salad, a soup course followed by mains such as Beef Wellington, Dover sole or roast suckling pig and desserts ranging from chocolate mousse to Baked Alaska.
At this club, the members would have an annual dinner in which a soup course was served from a tureen on a tray, beside it a folded newspaper containing the latest liberal lies in its editorial pages.