verb (used with object), ju·li·enned, ju·li·en·ning.
- julian of norwich,
- julian the apostate,
- juliet cap,
- julius caesar,
- julius i
Origin of julienne
Examples from the Web for julienne
The depth of cut is adjustable to multiple settings, but there is no julienne blade.
Put a slice of terrine de foie gras on top, garnish with peas au beurre and Julienne potatoes.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book|Victor Hirtzler
Some of these preserved within their hearts a generous instinct of maternity, which Julienne easily managed to waken.Juliette Drouet's Love-Letters to Victor Hugo|Louis Guimbaud
"It was my father,—that is his cast," said Julienne, weeping and glad.Titan: A Romance v. 1 (of 2)|Jean Paul Friedrich Richter
Julienne heard this explanation with mingled feelings of pleasure and regret.
The Julienne soup, so delicious in summer, should be a nice clear stock, with the addition of prepared vegetables.The Art of Entertaining|M. E. W. Sherwood
Word Origin for julienne
kind of clear soup, 1841, from French, literally "(soup made) in the manner of Julien," the proper name, from an otherwise unknown cook. Related: Julienned.