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Brochette

Brochette \Bro`chette"\ (br[-o]`sh[e^]t"), n. [F., dim. of broche. See Broach, n.] (Cookery) A small spit or skewer.

En bro`chette" ([aum]n) [F.], on a brochette; skewered. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] ||

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brochette

n. 1 small skewer or spit on which small pieces of meat, fish or vegetables are roasted or broiled 2 food cooked on such a device

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Brochette

In cooking, en brochette refers to food cooked, and sometimes served, on brochettes, or skewers. The French term generally applies to French cuisine, while other terms like shish kebab, satay, or souvlaki describe the same technique in other cuisines. Food served en brochette is generally grilled.

Usage examples of "brochette".

Onion soup was set before Angeline, followed by oysters en brochette, daube glace, wild roast turkey stuffed with oysters and pecans, a dish of grillades of veal.

Pilotless, he drifts between occupied tables, at which dinner jackets and muchtoomuchjewelry are eating liver en brochette and breaded sweetbreads.

He pulled in, gassed the car, and then he and Tony ate brochettes of beef, pep­pers, and onions cooked on an open fire.

Even stopping for the brochettes and gas, they'd made much better time than he thought they would.

  Cooking odors drifted upward, exotic soups and sauces prepared for the evening's extravagant festivities, broiled brochettes of meat from animals that had never lived on Arrakis.

Cooking odors drifted upward, exotic soups and sauces prepared for the evening's extravagant festivities, broiled brochettes of meat from animals that had never lived on Arrakis.

It is du brochettes escalopes de Chevreuil au Agresto, with pommes Dauphinois.

A bare and beautiful slave offered me lamb and olives en brochette.

It was late, we were exhausted, so we had a bite from room service (soft shell crabs Amandine, oysters and bacon en brochette, parfait praline), bathed, and so to bed.

So here was Miles's most wanted suspect, if not presented on a platter, at least en brochette.