Definition of Grand marnier
1. Noun. An orange-flavored French liqueur.
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Literary usage of Grand marnier
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1. Bermuda by Don Philpott, George Watkins (2002)
"In a saucepan combine the wine, grand marnier and lemon juice, bring to the boil and reduce by half. Add the caramelised strips and with a whisk, ..."
2. Georgia and the Carolinas by Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf (1999)
"Entrées include Seared Duck grand marnier, tender boneless breast of duck pan-seared with slivered almonds and mandarin orange slices with sauce Grand ..."
3. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1904)
"H< V most unusually glum, and so is the other chap Oh! anything—I don't care what —grand marnier, 1 think," to the waiter. ..."
4. The Bahamas: A Taste of the Islands by Paris Permenter, John Bigley (2000)
"... veal chop with rosemary and wild mushrooms; roast duckling laced in a wild fruit sauce and grand marnier; lobster Graycliff, a specialty of the chef; ..."
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