Definition of Garbure

1. a soup [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garbure

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Literary usage of Garbure

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1. Kettner's Book of the Table: A Manual of Cookery, Practical, Theoretical by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1877)
"When this soup has an abundance of vegetables and crusts in it—thus becoming almost a garbure—it is sometimes convenient to serve it in two separate tureens ..."

2. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"garbure—"I remember some time ago six American gentlemen from New York came to Big- non's and ... Well, this is what I gave them: First a potage garbure ..."

3. The Physiology of Taste: Harder's Book of Practical American Cookery (in Six by Jules Arthur Harder (1885)
"garbure is an old and popular soup in Gascony, France. It is composed principally of vegetables, the basis always being gratinated. ..."

4. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"garbure (1 la Béarnaise.*—Blanch four cabbage« and a dozen lettuces, put them into a braising pan, with a piece of streaked bacon, an equal quantity of bam, ..."

5. Kettner's Book of the Table: A Manual of Cookery, Practical, Theoretical by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1877)
"When this soup has an abundance of vegetables and crusts in it—thus becoming almost a garbure—it is sometimes convenient to serve it in two separate tureens ..."

6. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"garbure—"I remember some time ago six American gentlemen from New York came to Big- non's and ... Well, this is what I gave them: First a potage garbure ..."

7. The Physiology of Taste: Harder's Book of Practical American Cookery (in Six by Jules Arthur Harder (1885)
"garbure is an old and popular soup in Gascony, France. It is composed principally of vegetables, the basis always being gratinated. ..."

8. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"garbure (1 la Béarnaise.*—Blanch four cabbage« and a dozen lettuces, put them into a braising pan, with a piece of streaked bacon, an equal quantity of bam, ..."

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