escargot

[ UK /ɪskˈɑːɡə‍ʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. edible terrestrial snail usually served in the shell with a sauce of melted butter and garlic
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How To Use escargot In A Sentence

  • The escargots were tender, bathed in butter infused with garlic and, I suspect, shallots.
  • TheophileEscargot - to non-english ears zadie just sounds like an educated Londoner. i'm guessing the "strangulated" sound you hear is your struggle to assign a class to people whose accents have shifted. anyway listen to her talk it's really good and deals with issues like this. quote at the end pulled by andrew sullivan: Popular Posts Across MetaFilter
  • Escargot empanada with serrano pepper butter puff pastry The Hook News Blog
  • Spoon onion and butter over escargot. Sprinkle lightly with garlic powder.
  • A silver glow, like a blaze of molten escargot tongs, erupted from behind the ebony corona, and Claude felt himself trembling with a sort of euphoria. La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth
  • They were exceptional and anything but your typical escargots.
  • Apparently humans have found another debatably cruel use for snails beyond escargot. Giant Snails Used To Monitor Air Pollution
  • The escargots were abundant, but only passable, the onion soup good, but not spectacular.
  • In addition to several bar favourites including nachos and wings, Ennio's offers deep-fried bocconcini and several tempting seafood dishes, including mussels, escargots and mushrooms stuffed with crab, lobster and shrimp.
  • He wouldn't try escargots, wouldn't drink the water, and he wouldn't even climb to the top of the Eiffel tower.
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