[ US /səˈvɔɪ/ ]
[ UK /sɐvˈɔ‍ɪ/ ]
  1. head of soft crinkly leaves
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How To Use savoy In A Sentence

  • The other cheese beloved in Savoie, the smelly, oozing reblochon, is the star of a Savoyard specialty: the famous tartiflette. Savoie the Fair
  • He wanted to bring the audience and the actors closer together so he built an apron stage over the orchestra pit at the Savoy. Times, Sunday Times
  • The second Count of Savoy, known as Amadeus with the The Liberation of Italy
  • Among star performers was the Savoy Hotel where shares soared on the back of speculation that sometime predator Forte group was back.
  • Since beets are not yet in season, Ms. Reusing pairs turnips with savoy cabbage in this springtime borscht. White Borscht With Turnips, Savoy Cabbage and Horseradish
  • Spinach and fancy cabbages like crinkled-leaf savoy were also popular, as were specialty corns, such as popping corn.
  • It would nevertheless be a mistake to regard the agrarian economy of Savoy as completely static and unmoving.
  • When I empty my pockets at the weekend, there are enough tickets to supply the cloakroom at the Savoy for a fortnight - except, of course, the counterfoils are scattered across north west Hampshire.
  • The kitchen'll be turning out seasonal, elevated tavern victuals including a trio of rotating savory pies e.g., lamb & rosemary, curried chicken; hare/wood pigeon/venison-filled Poacher's Soup; Lancashire hot pots w/ braised lamb shoulder; and, sided by a savoy cabbage & wild mushroom casserole, a roasted Berkshire rack, which can happen pretty quickly considering how pale everyone is there. Thrillist: Jones Wood Foundry: A Pub With Proprietary Beer and Meat Pies
  • A quick meal of baked Denman Island potatoes, braised Comox Valley Savoy cabbage with white wine, onion, dill and veggie bacon, and Tofurkey Veggie "Kielbasa" Sausages sliced and sauteed with Denman Island wild chantarelle mushrooms APPLES GALORE, AND WHAT I DID WITH THEM TODAY
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