Cheneau

Cheneau

A gutter at the eaves of a building, especially one that is ornamental; an ornament, crest, or cornice.

cheneau

1. A gutter at the eaves of a building, esp. one that is ornamented.
2. An ornamented crest, 2 or cornice.
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McFadden EP, Stabile E, Regar E, Cheneau E, Ong ATL, Kinnaird T et al.
The French Master Chefs who will prepare a mouth-watering four-course feast for the March of Dimes guests are Jean-Paul Cheneau (Le Moulin de Via, Redon), Stephane Kokoszka (Hotel Restaurant De La Marne, Paimpol), Maurice Mevel (Le Nouveau Rossini, Brest), and lead chef Robin of Le Mas du Soleil,
this past August, sells for about $13 a bottle, higher than Freixenet and other Spanish cavas such as Paul Cheneau and Sigura Viudas.