Definition of Remolade
1. a piquant sauce [n -S]
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Literary usage of Remolade
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1. The Farrier's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary: Containing the Art of by Thomas Wallis (1759)
"remolade, a lefs compounded honey charge for ... A remolade far the hoof-bound. Take a pound of Burgundy pitch, half a pound of common turpentine, ..."
2. Home Dissertations: An Offering to the Household for Economical and by E. Stevens Tilton (1885)
"Tomatoes " " a la sauce tomate. i " " remolade " " a la sauce remolade. Calf's Tongues, sauce Langues de veau, a la sauce piquante. piquante. in paper " en ..."
3. The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...Sports (1800)
"... c. a mixture ot honey, turpentine, fuel, and other drugs', or with remolade, which is a mixture of the lees of wine with the drugs of ..."
4. The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or, The Country Gentleman's Companion, in All ...Sports (1735)
"... e. a mixture of honey, turpentine, fuet, and other drugs» or with remolade, which is a mixture of the lees of wine, with? the drugs of ..."
5. The Farriers's and Horseman's Complete Dictionary:: Containing the Art of ...by Thomas Wallis by Thomas Wallis (1766)
"... of it j and fays it flacks the curb, and makes the bit no more than a trench that has no cufb. Guillet. remolade, is a lefs compounded honey charge tor ..."
6. The Treasury of French Cookery: A Collection of the Best French Recipes by Harriett Toogood (1866)
"Celery may be eaten as salad or en remolade. This sauce is served with it separately. See sauce remolade, p ..."
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