1. cut of meat taken from between the ribs
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How To Use entrecote In A Sentence

  • One man's drizzled is another man's bathed; a jus here is a sauce there; a Frenchman's entrecôte chasseur is a Rosbif's steak and mushrooms.
  • You can choose entrecôte steak served with marrowbones, or filet of beef with peppercorn sauce. Times, Sunday Times
  • Over the course of a week, I sampled chopped reindeer, reindeer cutlets, reindeer entrecôte, reindeer with egg, reindeer without egg, reindeer sausage, and reindeer Stroganoff - all of it similarly gray and stringy.
  • The waiter appeared and I ordered an omelette and salad while Nina asked for a rare entrecôte steak and fries. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS
  • On inspection it is probably a fore rib or classic French entrecôte, but the kitchen failing to notice this difference, or worse, to fob us off with an inferior cut, simply won't do.
  • A French entrecote with bearnaise and a glass of red wine and french fries but Dawg cannot find that anywhere but Paris and a joint he knows in San Francisco so Dawg is telling you this is the next best thing on this continent. General Lee Hamburgers and Tequila
  • I did not have the heart to tell him that the latter pair had probably ended up as entrecôte on a menu in some foreign country.
  • Treif tastes nicer and my path changed when I was a teenager on my first trip to France - I was given my first entrecote medium rare and realised there were better things to eat than my mums 10 hour stew of bolar:) zsei gezunt chaver - hazlitts still chewing on the sibbilies having finished, you know what. phil On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • Entrecôte steaks also have their classic garnishes such as béarnaise sauce, and many other items (e.g. à la bordelaise).
  • The other cut used for steaks is the entrecôte (literally, ‘between the ribs’).
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