fricassee fricassee


  1. (n) pieces of chicken or other meat stewed in gravy with e.g. carrots and onions and served with noodles or dumplings
  2. (v) make a fricassee of by cooking


  1. Toward the end, the killer knows Agent Marsh's identity and is out to seize, fricassee and kill her.
  2. This book allows the home cook to re-create some of his signature dishes, including a sublimely creamy polenta with a fricassee of mushrooms and roasted baby goat.
  3. On dry land under a sunny sky, they fricassee fast.


  • Best way to a VIP’s heart? Through their stomach

    What kind of food goes well with the music of Jackson Browne? If you ask Aspen chef Martin Oswald, he’ll recite a litany of dishes: chamomile steamed halibut, for instance, or venison ragout with crispy gnocchi, or perhaps grilled beef tenderloin with lobster fricassee. read more
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Aspen Daily News

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