[fahr-see; French far-see]
- filled with with seasoned bread crumbs or other savory matter; stuffed.
Origin of farci
1900–05; < French, past participle of farcir to stuff < Latin farcīre
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Examples from the Web for farci
Three members of the town council were converted with a Dindon farci a la Josh Smith.Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
The mixture for chops is prepared in the same manner as for farci, except that the meat is cut a little finer.The Century Cook Book
A little fat Brahminee child, 'farci an ris,' must be a tempting and tender bonne bouche to these river gourmands.
- (of food) stuffed
French: stuffed; see farce
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