Definition of Canapes

1. Noun. (plural of canape) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of canapé) ¹

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Definition of Canapes

1. canape [n] - See also: canape

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canapes

canalizations
canalize
canalized
canalizes
canalizing
canalled
canaller
canallers
canalling
canals
canals for lesser palatine nerves
canals of Scarpa
canals of Schlemm
canalside
canape
canapes (current term)
canaphite
canard
canards
canaried
canary
canary-yellow
canary bird
canary creeper
canary in a coal mine
canary seed
canary whitewood
canary yellow
canarybird flower

Literary usage of Canapes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"CHAPTER XXXIV SANDWICHES AND canapes IN preparing bread for sandwiches, cut slices as thinly as possible, and remove crusts. If butter is used, ..."

2. The Rocky Mountain Cook Book: For High Altitude Cooking by Caroline Trask Norton (1918)
"canapes are served hot and are thin slices of bread, sauted in butter or ... ANCHOVY OR SARDINE canapes. Spread strips or rounds of sauted bread with ..."

3. The Mendelssohn Club Cook Book by Mendelssohn Club (Rockford, Ill.) (1909)
"canapes. These dainty little appetizers are made with a single layer of bread ... For hot canapes, the bread, after it is cut in shape, is fried in deep fat ..."

4. The Royal Cookery Book: (le Livre de Cuisine) by Jules Gouffé, Alphonse Gouffé (1869)
"CAVIAR canapes Cut and fry the bread as described in the preceding recipe, and spread a layer of Caviar on the rounds; dish them in a boat; and serve. ..."

5. Fifty-two Sunday Dinners: A Book of Recipes, Arranged on a Unique Plan by Elizabeth O. Hiller (1915)
"FRENCH DRESSING CURRANT PIE COFFEE CHERRY PUNCH CHEESE canapes Cut stale bread in one-quarter inch slices, shape with small biscuit cutter (2 inches in ..."

6. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"canapes Coquelle Canape Boil six eggs hard, chill, shell, and cut them in half lengthways. Take out all the yolks and put them in a little bowl, ..."

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