- Queueing probably twisted into today's use from the Latin cauda, as in the tail of a beast is even harder to do than to spell.
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- Filet-Mignon- and Foie-Gras-Flavored Potato Chips Prove There’s a Limit to Everything
Where's the black-truffle powder? Yamayoshi, the manufacturer of chips offered in such dream flavors as bagna cauda and "rich butter," also produces a Tournedos Rossini variety, which should, in theory, taste like beef, foie gras, demi-glace, and Madeira wine. Oh, and like black truffles . Perhaps sadly, intrepid food explorer C.B. Cebulski writes that the only dominant flavor from his taste ...
Feb. 17, 2014 - New York Magazine