Definition of macédoine in English:
1A mixture of vegetables or fruit cut into small pieces and served as a salad.
- A macédoine is usually served cold but may be flambéed at room temperature with extra liquor.
- Almost any cold cooked vegetables on hand may be used for a macédoine salad, and if care is taken in arrangement, they make a very attractive dish.
- Another worthy choice was the brace of quail: two whole birds, deboned and stuffed with a macédoine of corn, rice, onion and ground Tasso ham.
2A medley or jumble: a macédoine of disjointed detail
More example sentences
- Whether her plats du jour were serious, light or a macédoine of flavourings, she approached them all with equal dedication, scholarship, insight and erudition.
- Lucette sings bagatelles about them and so is called ‘a macédoine of naïveté and cunning.’
- Ethel 'delighted in a life which was made up of a macédoine of governors, artists and writers'.
French, literally 'Macedonia', with reference to the mixture of peoples in the Macedonian Empire of Alexander the Great.
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