Crossword clues for courgette
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
n. 1 (context British Ireland NZ uncountable English) A particular variety of ''Cucurbita pepo'', a small marrow/squash. 2 (context countable English) The edible fruit of this marrow/squash.
Usage examples of "courgette".
Prudence feeling mean as she ate her sole, which was bathed in a delicious sauce and accompanied by croquette potatoes, courgettes in a cream sauce, and tomatoes with a forcemeat stuffing, while her aunt ate boiled fish, one potato and the courgettes without a sauce.
Another waiter served Tony's red snapper, which was surrounded by tiny courgettes, sweetcorn and carrots.
Taggie, who was chopping parsley for the courgettes, threw down the knife and ran into the dining-room, tugging down her horribly short dress.
She sat beside him, planning supper to make up for it: steak and tomatoes and courgettes and creamed potatoes, and, since she would have all the time in the world to cook that evening, an egg custard with cream and coffee afterwards.
I went out to the paddock and threw the deadly heroin into my compost heap where it would decompose and give my courgettes an extra zing next harvest time.
Today he carried courgettes and peppers to the altar, and these seemed to float through mid-air, guided simply by a mind.
He could even look with equanimity at Howard's lunch: a huge plateful of steak-and-kidney pudding, Jersey new potatoes and courgettes au gratin.
I knew of old she didn't trust me not to use garlic when I cooked courgettes (I'd stuffed a couple of cloves I wouldn't tell her about inside the chicken), so I'd bought a few late-season peas for her.
Nevertheless I have never been able to be inhospitable and, it being later in the year, at least there was more produce available from my garden, so in the end I decided upon courgette fritters with mayonnaise dip, eggs Florentine, Spanish omelette, kedgeree, broad bean dip, nasturtium salad and roast tomatoes with garlic.
I've never shaken off the tastes of my childhood, and still prefer the Griffin's pie, beans and chips to the Albany's five-star steak au poivre with fennel, asparagus, courgettes and new potatoes.
Magrat is shown wering a posh dress, she has been acting like a Courgette.