torchon


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torchon

[′tȯr‚shän]
(textiles)
Bobbin lace made of coarse thread in simple fanlike or diamond-shaped design, with little background.
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Standouts include the silky smooth foie gras torchon (cured in miso for seven days before being sous vide) Scotch egg made with century egg cradled in duck and pork sausage chitarra with basil, pesto and Parmesan roast duck breast with carrot pure and tres leches sponge cake.
The two-layered torchon contains an apple gelee and maple syrup.
At Neal Fraser's downtown LA restaurant Redbird, foie gras torchon is one of the most popular items on the menu.
Since then, she has demonstrated her range in such varied films as "Coup de torchon," "Heaven's Gate," "Madame Bovary," and "The Piano Teacher." A prolific and versatile star, in the past five years she has chalked up 25 film, TV, and stage performances.
Flutes of Champagne and slivers of foie gras torchon greet us at the table.
There, among other novel burger-toppers, one finds deep-fried mac and cheese and foie gras torchon.
Pique your palate with the savory crunch of crispy Duroc pig head torchon, complemented by dried cherry ginger compote, butter leaf, pickled mustard seeds and creme fraiche.
Pam McKinlay, Step into my Light Cone, 2015, digital inkjet prints on Hahnemuhle torchon matte paper, 410 x 273mm.
To tempt your tastebuds you'll be served dishes such as torchon of duck liver cooked in port with a walnut wafer, a rib of Welsh beef with potato gallette and truffle butter jus, finishing off with blueberry souffle with sweet chilli jelly and banana ice cream or mango and passion fruit kulfi, tropical fruits and coconut espuma.
The Hamachi Tartar, composed of fresh yellowfin tuna, yuzu foam, cucumber, apple and salmon eggs, was refreshing, while the Foie Gras Torchon with cocoa, apricot and pistachio granola was quite memorable.