mousseline


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mousseline

[‚müs·ə′lēn]
(textiles)
Referring to a lightweight crisp sheer fabric; usually used in connection with the name of the fiber.
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The kitchen routinely turns out diver scallops with carrot mousseline and lime guava vinaigrette ($32), and a juicy roasted pork chop and stewed prunes on a plate with cannellini bean ragout and apple cider brandy sauce ($26) that is deeply satisfying.
He recalls an off-the-mark pairing he ordered out one night that matched a libation containing whiskey, bitters and Averna with a shellfish mousseline.
Thus the chicken mousseline starter was an enjoyable thing - the mousse nicelytextured and tasty.
Charlotte Fagan won a bronze medal and 'Best in Class' award for her loin of rabbit stued with a rabbit and herb mousseline wrapped in serrano ham, rabbit roast rack, kidneys, sweetcorn puree, pomme anna potatoes, glazed baby vegetables and a game jus.
The bride's cake was a five--tiered sour cream cake with layers of white chocolate mousseline.
My dining partner chose the ballotine of rabbit stuffed with chicken and girolle mousseline, poached prune and radish salad (PS8.
Many sat down to a main course of poached salmon with mousseline sauce and sliced cucumber in the Ritz.
Our picks are this lace dress, Dh8,808, and a printed mousseline dress, Dh9,909.
The silk mousseline gown is a little safe but the shade plays wonderfully against her alabaster skin and red curls.
Slow cooked turkey ballotine, foie gras croquettes, red cabbage mousseline, caramelised shallots, pear and mustard chutney
Givenchy's Le Vernis in Beige Mousseline is beautiful.