cutlet cutlet


  • (n) thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled



  1. After ordering his favorite Vittoria dish a lightly fried veal cutlet with fresh tomatoes Elkann leans in to better explain his choice.
  2. His first customer, a countess, asked for an elephant cutlet.
  3. Panhandling, she dined for $7 a day on juice, a quart of milk, a pint of ice cream and a chicken cutlet from the corner delicatessen.


  • Chicken cutlets with Dijon mustard

    Serves 4 With a layer of savory Dijon mustard, these boneless chicken cutlets are crisp on the outside and bursting with flavor. The mustard is mixed with onion, flat-leaf parsley, and olive oil into a paste that you press onto skinless, boneless breasts. You can also use other fresh herbs, such as tarragon or thyme, to flavor the cutlet. Pat ...        
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

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  1. "If he put a lamb cutlet in his mouth now and then, instead of his foot, he might not have been punted so often," Kekovich said. "What he did was totally un-Australian, the Magda Szubanski comment was an obvious one." "What was Ricky...
    on Jan 21, 2010 By: Sam Kekovich Source: Herald Sun

  2. Joseph Lister, whose discovery of antisepsis has undoubtedly saved the lives of millions of people and animals, said it all: "There are people who have nothing against eating a lamb cutlet, people who do not even stop at shooting a pheasant despite...
    on Feb 11, 2009 By: Joseph Lister Source: Times Online

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