bordelaise


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brown sauce with beef marrow and red wine

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The Schlemmerfilet a la Bordelaise range is a case in point, said Peters.
Meat choices for mains are Duck Confit Tacos in soft tortillas and Steak FritesUSDA ribeye in bordelaise glaze with parmesan fries and truffle aioli sauce.
New this quarter are four new Bordeaux bottles--Grand Apparat, Vino Santo, Bordelaise Eden and Bordelaise Icon--and a Burgundy silhouette dubbed the Marquise.
The steak unadulterated would be fabulous, but the fresh peppercorn crust encasing the meat and the cognac Bordelaise saucing it rendered it celestial.
I make no connection between the two events but, as they disappeared again, we were delivered of our main courses: chicken supreme stuffed with wild mushroom and braised leeks with a Bordelaise sauce for her and pan fried sea bass with caponata and sesame seed mangetout for me.
A Mardi Gras luncheon of beef bordelaise, vegetable gumbo soup and homemade red beans, sausage and bacon on rice was served to attendees, but traditional Fat Tuesday fare features pancakes.
But that particular performance, along with his other character work as that clog-dancing, thrifty Bordelaise, the Widow Simone (in Ashton's ballet La Fille Mal Gardee ) had left happy memories of a wonderful performing style for those who saw him dance these roles a decade ago and more.
Fish portions in bordelaise and hollandaise sauce are also being introduced at Hall 9, Stand 4235.
Portet selected two sites in the Napa Valley--150 acres in the Stags Leap District for growing Bordelaise varieties and 180 acres in the Carneros region for Burgundian varieties.
Chopped sirloin with sauce Bordelaise, calves' liver with bacon and onions, grilled tuna with beurre-blanc wasabi sauce, or garlicky sauteed scallops all come with bread, a green salad, potatoes and a veggie.
The next two years saw Bordelaise property values rise dramatically, at which point David decided to cash in and sell the castle.
Ieuan's steak in bordelaise sauce featured one of the largest sirloins he'd ever seen, cooked rare, as requested.
A cock and his hens danced their welcome to the morning, the fields of rural France stretched away to the horizon in Osbert Lancaster's witty set designs and Colas and Lise pursued their eager love affair beneath the vigilant eyes of the Widow Simone, that thrifty Bordelaise.
Among the fish dishes it produces is Fish Gratin with Emmental together with Fish Bordelaise, Andalouse, Florentine and Provencale The meat dishes include Beef Borguignon, Pork Casserole and Casserole of Lamb with creamed peppers.
Huneeus' current properties focus on Bordelaise varieties; Flowers concentrates on the Burgundian varieties that thrive on the Sonoma Coast.