Definition of Omelettes

1. Noun. (plural of omelette) ¹

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Definition of Omelettes

1. omelette [n] - See also: omelette

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Omelettes

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omega 3 fatty acids
omega with titlo
omelet pan
omelette Arnold Bennett
omelette pan
omelettes (current term)
omental branches
omental bursa
omental cake
omental enterocleisis
omental graft
omental sac
omental tenia
omental tuber

Literary usage of Omelettes

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1. Things I Have Seen and People I Have Known by George Augustus Sala (1894)
"... of Weaklings "—Boy and Girl Cooks—The Potato—Prices in the Past—Concerning omelettes— ... omelettes ..."

2. The Ladies' New Book of Cookery: A Practical System for Private Families in by Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1852)
"EGGS AND omelettes. To Choose Eggs—To Keep for Winter—To Boll—Poach— Cupped—Scrambled—(Eufs ... omelettes."

3. The Modern Housewife: Or, Ménagère. Comprising Nearly One Thousand Receipts by Alexis Soyer (1851)
"... GARNITURE FOR omelettes. 600. ASPARAGUS, PEAS, AND GREEN PEAS.—Put in a stewpan three spoonfuls of plain boiled sprue-grass that has previously been cut ..."

4. The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery by Alexis Soyer (1847)
"9) round; omelettes must not be too much done, and must be served as soon as done. No. 1120. ... omelettes ..."

5. Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea: Viewed Classically, Poetically, and Practically by Julia C. Andrews (1860)
"MEATS, FISH, AND omelettes. The Beef-Steak Club.—This Club was formed in England about the year 1735, and had a great share of fame in its day. ..."

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