julienne : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a vegetable cut into thin strips (usually used as a garnish)
- n a clear soup garnished with julienne vegetables
- v cut into long thin strips
julienne the potatoes
- 14 cup fresh basil, julienne.
- From the first moments, when a merchant (voiced, as is the Genie, by Robin Williams) offers to sell the viewer a "combination hookah and coffee maker -- also makes julienne fries .
- Finely chop 2 green onions (green portion only), finely julienne 14 of a red onion and add to the tomatoes Add 1 tsp of coarse salt (kosher or sea salt) and a pinch of fresh .
News & Articles
- Song of Ireland
Early in her latest novel of ancient Ireland, Julienne Osborne-McKnight's narrator says: "I listened to the words that everyone spoke around me, learned the languages of Greeks and Phoenicians, of Romans and Egyptians, badgered my father and mother for the languages of their homelands.
June 27, 2013 - Irish Central
- Taylor Swift in AHN
I can't wait to sing with Julienne on America's Got Talent. She's such a sweetheart, and I'm so unbelievably honored that she chose me as her duet choice,Taylor said of the opportunity before the competition. "She's got such a powerful...
- Marcella Hazan in Boston Globe (registration)
Or, as Marcella Hazan writes in "Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking," zucchini (and its relatives) "can be baked, fried, sauteed, stewed, grilled; it can be cut into sticks, rounds, flat long slices, julienne strips, dice; it can be...