noun, plural bri·och·es [bree-oh-shiz, -osh-iz; French bree-awsh]. /ˈbri oʊ ʃɪz, -ɒʃ ɪz; French briˈɔʃ/.
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Matthews makes a good case for the showy appetizer, which starts with a brioche doughnut gilded with smoked honey and crushed almonds.A Potomac view meets polished cooking at Ada’s on the River in Alexandria|Tom Sietsema|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
It’s also, truth be told, the easiest brioche dough I’ve ever made.
The brioche feuilletée was something that put us on the map in Charlottesville, and then outside the Charlottesville area.
Oyster pan roast is an elegant chowder — imagine floats of brioche in the bowl, softly crunchy with minced celery and potatoes — and a reminder that McClure cooked at the late, great Vidalia downtown earlier in his career.
Blended from equal parts pinot noir and pinot meunier with 20 percent chardonnay, the wine offers red berry flavors as well as some green apple, a hint of brioche and wild herbs.This $11 Bordeaux begs for pizza or burgers and will put a smile on your face|Dave McIntyre|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
For her inaugural menu, she planned crayfish with mayonnaise, pigeon with peas, and an apple brioche flambéed in rum.
We are interrupted by the arrival of her burger, a gigantic, half-pound slab of beef sandwiched between two shiny brioche buns.‘Family Guy’ Star Alex Borstein Is Ready for Her HBO Close-Up|Marlow Stern|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A simple combination of brioche, thinly sliced onion, mayonnaise and parsley, it proves irresistible at cocktail parties.
Based on Pinot Noir, it gives rich berry aromas alongside brioche, quince, and pears.
I sent a waiter for café-au-lait and a brioche and lectured her on the folly of going without proper sustenance.Jaffery|William J. Locke
Roll out very thin three-quarters of a pound of Brioche paste.Dressed Game and Poultry la Mode|Harriet A. de Salis
Miss Josephine Williams had come to the fore with information and kindly offers of tea and brioche.Molly Brown's Orchard Home|Nell Speed
Roll the brioche mixture into a long rectangular piece about 1/4 inch thick.
The four recipes that follow show various ways in which the brioche may be used to make attractive as well as appetizing desserts.