bisque bisque  /ˈbɪsk/


  • (n) a thick cream soup made from shellfish


  1. But she had to take on a war order: a $500,000 contract for bisque cups, platters and dishes for Navy hospitals.
  2. Prowl the streets of Reykjavik at 3 in the morning and eat the sausages and lobster bisque.
  3. From George Stephanopoulos: Lobster bisque with beignets, seared Virginia bass with leeks and potatoes, pound cake with fruit compote and lemon sorbet.


  1. Even tattered flags can fetch big bucks at auction

    Cowles Syndicate Inc. This Uncle Sam was made with googly eyes and a fancy cap, but no beard. This is a German doll made in about 1918, the year World War I ended. He is carrying a U.S. flag. The bisque doll, 14 inches high, sold for $2,350 at a 2012 auction.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Everett Herald

  2. Pittsfield's popular Bisque, Beads & Beyond! set to close

    PITTSFIELD -- The owner of the Bisque, Beads & Beyond! craft shop is planning to close her popular North Street store by this fall, but she may not entirely leave the business.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Berkshire Eagle

  3. Paint fixes a decorating mistake

    By Debbe Daley Have you ever decided to move forward with a remodel that you were unsure of the outcome? Well, in a phone call Theresa Ducharme of Hudson, N.H., revealed she had done just that. With confidence in her voice, she explained, "I think I made a kitchen mistake and I need you to fix it." Theresa and Ed had updated their kitchen to white cabinets with bisque appliances. They had ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Sentinel & Enterprise


  1. Over a lunch of what Stephanopoulos described on Twitter as "lobster bisque w beignets, seared Virginia bass w leeks and pot[atoes], pound cake w fruit compote and lemon sorbet," the conversation was conducted on background, according to an...
    on Feb 24, 2009 By: George Stephanopoulos Source: Washington Post

  2. Mr. Obama said: "Yes, it still causes me pain and keeps from being able to enjoy lobster bisque."
    on Sep 5, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: Newsweek

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