mousse de Foies de Volailleby Julia Child Tired of the same old chicken recipes?
In the bathroom she wet my hair and then puffed it out with some mousse.
Lay the smoked salmon slices out, on the work surface, fill with a spoonful of the mousse and roll up to make roulades.
The mousse may be in white sugar cases, if you prefer these rather than the melon mould.
This was alternated with some sort of mousse made in the fireless stove.
I shall wear white lace with mousse velvet, and a mousse bonnet with pink roses.
If the chaudfroid says nothing to you, will you not try the mousse?
“Strawberry, mousse, and chocolate are too cloying,” Milly remarked meditatively.
This mousse can be flavored with a tablespoonful of kirsch, rum, or brandy instead of sherry.
A few berries had also been sliced and mixed with the mousse as she put it in the glasses.
1892, in cookery sense, from French mousse, from Old French mousse "froth, scum," from Late Latin mulsa "mead," from Latin mulsum "honey wine, mead," from neuter of mulsus "mixed with honey," related to mel "honey" (see Melissa). Meaning "preparation for hair" is from 1977. As a verb in this sense from 1984.