Definition of Gratinee
1. to cook food that is covered with a crust [v -NEED, -NEEING, -NEES]
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Literary usage of Gratinee
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1. France by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"Patron and chef, M Audibert, is a Marseillais; his gratinee rle langoustines and chou farri a la ..."
2. Romantic Weekends in Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland by Norman Renove, Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf (2000)
"You will find La gratinee Lyonnaise (baked onion soup) and Les Escargots en Coquille (snails with garlic butter) among the starter selections. ..."
3. Bucks County & the Delaware River Valley Aliveby Shari Mycek by Shari Mycek (2002)
"French onion soup gratinee sets the stage for classic entrees like roasted pheasant served with apple and calvados sauce, roasted boneless duck served with ..."
4. Charming Small Hotels & Restaurants of Southern France by Jenny Rees, Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Leonie Glass, Fiona Duncan (2002)
"... with cobbled streets and ivy-clad ramparts, this little hotel is full of charm. Patron and chef, M. Audibert, is a Marseillais; his gratinee de ..."
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