boeuf boeuf


  • (n) meat from an adult domestic bovine


  1. Theater owners should have sold boeuf bourguignon at the concession stand and maybe had a pledge drive to boot.
  2. From the rich mineral clay of the region he shapes and bakes vases and bowls of exquisite pattern and myriad huesrose, amber, mahogany, violet, sang de boeuf.
  3. According to Gourmet Magazine Editor Jane Montant, boeuf bourguignon and coq au vin were the fashionable dishes in the 1950s, only to give way to the vogue for paella in the 1960s.


  1. LA 182 bridge at Bayou Boeuf reopened

    The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development has reopened the LA 182 bridge over Bayou Boeuf in Amelia.  The bridge was closed earlier today for emergency repairs.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: KATC 3 Lafayette

  2. Bayou Boeuf Bridge in Amelia closed for emergency repairs

    La. 182 at Bayou Boeuf Bridge, in Amelia, is closed until further notice for emergency repairs.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: KATC 3 Lafayette


  1. "It's a very different way of life. The weather's bad. It rains a lot. Above all, I find the food bizarre. I hardly ever eat English food," said Chabal. "My wife and I share the cooking at home. I cook lasagne, boeuf bourguignon, anything...
    on Oct 8, 2007 By: Sebastien Chabal Source: AFP

  2. "I know it wasn't mine," Streep says, "since I really felt this film, which had a love affair with boeuf bourguignon, should come out in winter."
    on Jul 30, 2009 By: Meryl Streep Source: USA Today

  3. As Alan Wolfe wrote in the Washington Monthly last year, "Conservatives cannot govern well for the same reason that vegetarians cannot prepare a world-class boeuf bourguignon: If you believe that what you are called upon to do is wrong, you are not...
    on May 3, 2007 By: Alan Wolfe Source: MSNBC

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