Save for a waistband of yellow silk, he was clad wholly in that dead white which is known as fromage la crme.
She laughs with her lips, to deceive him; but the fromage fouett awaits me; adieu, my friend!
In place of strawberry fromage any other kind of fromage may be used.
In the section of France devoted to gin, the juniper berries that flavor the drink also go into a local cheese, fromage Fort.
This class of Blue or marbled cheese is called fromage persillé, as well as fromage bleu and pate bleue.
The full name is fromage à la Double-crème, and Pommel is one well known.
Characterized as a classic French fromage "with Huge-like Romanticism."
Another name for fromage Blanc or Farm; soft, creamy cottage-cheese type.
The fromage of Saint-Winx is a traditional leader in this Belgian border province noted for its strong, spiced dairy products.
French for "cheese," from French fromage, formage (13c.), from Medieval Latin formaticum (cf. Italian formaggio), a derivation from Latin forma "shape, form, mold" (cf Medieval Latin casei forma; see form (v.)).