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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A Pommes mousseline are pureed potatoes that have butter and cream added to them to give almost a sauce-like consistency.
Pipe some lobster mousseline over each mussel and cover with the reserved top shell.
Although it resembles the classic mousseline sauce--hollandaise augmented by whipped cream--this variation is less rich and less tricky to make.
For cocktail dresses, he will show fluid silhouettes with butterfly sleeves, giving infinite grace to the flowered silk mousseline.
It will be best to go for refined fabrics and textures like taffeta, mousseline, guipure, lace instead of a stretch material, for example.
Meanwhile, McComb was equally pleased by a starter of lemon sole that combined salmon mousseline, lobster, creamed fennel and mandarin sauce and was, again, deftly judged and skillfully cooked.
The five-tiered fondant wedding cake was a vanilla Genoise with white chocolate mousseline cream and fresh raspberries.
The main course -- veal medallion with winter truffle jus, carrot mousseline and straw potatoes -- was prepared by last year's Executive Chef of the Year, Patrick Bischoff.
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The selection is divided into three categories: meat, fish and veggies, with standouts royal red shrimp ceviche with white asparagus or creamy pork liver mousseline.
The always-popular MiH Oversize Shirt is offered in an off-white summer silk, an instant update to a long time favourite, and the MiH Safari Shirt is reworked in teal mousseline, providing an instant laid-back cool finish.
Poached Salmon with a Mousseline Sauce This was also one of the dishes served at the launch party at Belfast's Grand Central Hotel in 1911.