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We could, for example, build a high-tech Zion, a world where we feed tigers cutlets of cellular meat that’s been raised in labs.
At least two dozen other cuisines put their own spin on the cutlet, using different cuts of meat or new mixes of ingredients, almost always battering and frying it into an oblong piece of food.A crispy cauliflower recipe with lemon-mustard dressing proves a cutlet is what you make of it|Daniela Galarza|May 13, 2021|Washington Post
Pasta tossed with butter or olive oil, and maybe even a little grated Parmesan or Pecorino if you’re in the mood, would be a great complement to these mushroom walnut “meatballs” or chicken cutlets with artichokes and lemon-thyme sauce.7 ideas for simple side dishes to round out dinner|Aaron Hutcherson|May 7, 2021|Washington Post
I slice into a panko-breaded chicken cutlet, remind the children to chew with their mouths closed, and reflect on how complicated fatherhood has become these days.
My one meetup involved a juicy chicken cutlet and racy kimchi atop boiled rice.Shibuya Eatery lives up to its name, bringing Tokyo street food to Adams Morgan|Tom Sietsema|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Another Italian speaker told The Daily Beast, “Italians would never dedicate a night to the chicken cutlet,” only to pizza.
There was one little lamb cutlet left over and sitting out all by itself, and there was nobody to love it.First Plays|A. A. Milne
Take the remains of a boiled fowl and cut into pieces the size of a small cutlet.
Butter and fill up some cutlet moulds with the forcemeat, and steam them in the oven.
Cut some fillets of grouse into cutlet shapes, also some slices of fried bread; sprinkle the latter with grated Parmesan cheese.
Put a small piece of the small bones of the hare in every cutlet and dish them in a crown.