cutlet : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled
- After ordering his favorite Vittoria dish a lightly fried veal cutlet with fresh tomatoes Elkann leans in to better explain his choice.
- His first customer, a countess, asked for an elephant cutlet.
- 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.
News & Articles
- 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 ...
June 9, 2013 - Boston Globe
- Sam Kekovich in Herald Sun
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...
- Joseph Lister in Times Online
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...