noun, plural crèmes brû·lées [krem broo-leyz, kreem; French krem bry-ley]. /ˌkrɛm bruˈleɪz, ˌkrim; French krɛm brüˈleɪ/. French Cooking.
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You can serve every portion of crème brûlée with its own hard caramel crust.
The drinks here, like the Blackwatch (with Johnny Walker Black, creme de cassis, and Becherovka), are far from pedantic.
The lemongrass and ginger crème brulee, which is the only thing I can eat, is divine.
I come away with a notebook stuffed full of ideas and plans: my life needs more singing, more crème brulee, more Thai spices!
Its flaky and slightly burned crust was reminiscent of crème brulee.
CARAMEL NUT BRULEE A delicious but simple desert, a wonderful combination of creamy and crunchy textures.
This was the top of the madmen's organization; these three were the creme de la creme of the Normal human's real enemies.The Penal Cluster|Ivar Jorgensen (AKA Randall Garrett)
Called Par Excellence Creme, wrapped in silver foil with a gold label, it sells for fifteen cents and costs you ten.Business English|Rose Buhlig
Creme Franaise au Rhum is made the same as the foregoing, substituting rum for maraschino.Desserts and Salads|Gesine Lemcke
The Colonel still sat in his chair, nursing his last drop of creme de menthe resentfully.Aaron's Rod|D. H. Lawrence
I gave the woman a dose of creme of tarter and flour of Sulphur, and the man Some eye water.The Journals of Lewis and Clark|Meriwether Lewis and William Clark