brioche brioche  /b ˌri ˈoʊʃ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a light roll rich with eggs and butter and somewhat sweet

Usage(s):

  1. Cut brioche into 1-inch cubes.
  2. I washed this down with a chateaubriand cheeseburger on a puffy little brioche that was completely perfect.
  3. One of the restaurants, Eleven Madison Park, features a duck-liver terrine with pineapple and pearl onions on a rum-raisin brioche.

News

  1. A Top Cook friendship circle of recipes

    THIS IS Carol Purfield's easy way to feed a crowd. She often serves this with homemade brioche rolls, but any kind of good "sopping" bread will do. She also saves the leftover stock to make black-bean soup later in the week.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Philly.com

  2. Ramadan Recipes: Beyond dates and lentil soup

    As a child growing up in Yemen, Mohamed Aboghanem would stay up all night during Ramadan in anticipation of his mother's bint al sahn, a warm, brioche-like treat dotted with black cumin seeds and drizzled with honey.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Oneida Daily Dispatch

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Quotes

  1. Serena Sutcliffe, head of Sotheby's international wine department, said: "Having slumbered quietly on its lees for so many years, this formidable wine has a bouquet of warm brioche which is absolutely mature Dom Perignon."
    on Apr 11, 2006 By: Serena Sutcliffe Source: GiveMeFootball.com

  2. ...has earned a reputation as being a bit haughty, due to its high content of butter and eggs, and ever since the woman who was to be the French queen, Marie Antoinette, when told that the poor had no bread, replied: "Let them eat brioche."
    on Jun 28, 2010 By: Marie Antoinette Source: Taste.com.au

  3. Reitman described it on Twitter as, "Chopped up hot lobster, dripping in butter, on a toasted brioche roll."
    on Nov 9, 2009 By: Jason Reitman Source: Boston Globe

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