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  • noun

Synonyms for Alsace

a region of northeastern France famous for its wines

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At the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, a Roumanian, Tristan Tzara, an Alsacian, Hans Arp, and two Germans, Hugo Ball and Richard Hulsenbeck, founded the Dada movement.
In reality, these three versions taste completely different from one another, but it doesn't seem to matter, Three or four years ago I would sell through a case of Alsacian Pinot Gris Reserve from Trimbach every 18 months.
The oversized offerings, weighing 600 grams each, feature a light, soft crust and copious topping of cheese and other ingredients; a traditional Alsacian Flammekueche, with a thin, crisp crust; and a classic Tourte Charcutiere, 500 grams of puff pastry filled with marinated pork and mushrooms cooked with a touch of Porto.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten - Alsacian French chef, who burst onto the New York dining scene in 1985, dazzling diners with his innovative interpretation of classic French cuisine and earning four stars from The New York Times at the age of 29, currently has over 18 restaurants worldwide.