Ficelle

A ficelle is a type of bread, similar to a baguette but much thinner. The word ficelle literally means `string` in French. Made with yeast. ...
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Ficelle

(boeuf à la) “string”; (beef suspended on a string and poached in broth). Also, small thin baguette. Also, a small bottle of wine, as in carafe of Beaujolais.
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Ficelle

French for
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Ficelle

The French word for string. This is a term used in cooking to describe foods that have been tied to a string and cooked in a broth. This was a practice in villages when a communal pot was used to cook food. The string was used in order to allow the owners to identify and recover their piece of meat. This is generally applied to tough cuts of meat t...
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