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lobster thermidor

Line breaks: lob|ster thermidor
Pronunciation: /ˈθəːmɪdɔː
 
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Definition of lobster thermidor in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A dish of lobster cooked in a cream sauce, returned to its shell, sprinkled with cheese, and browned under the grill.
Example sentences
  • Beryl and I are off to the Oyster Shack for lobster thermidor and a slice of the fantastic almond and raspberry tart with clotted cream.
  • There are classics - Provenal fish soup, lobster thermidor - there are lots of curries and spicy stuff from Thailand, Morocco, the Caribbean, there are easy things to make for tea when you have passed the fish shop on the way home.
  • Salads follow, then a range of soups generally under B.100, some pastas, fish and crustaceans including rock lobster thermidor.

Origin

thermidor from Thermidor.

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