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kromesky

/ (krəˈmɛskɪ) /
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noun plural -kies

a croquette consisting of a piece of bacon wrapped round minced meat or fish

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Word Origin for kromesky

C19: from Russian kromochka, diminutive of kroma slice of bread

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Example sentences from the Web for kromesky

  • Just before serving, dip each one in Kromesky batter, and fry in hot fat (see French Frying).

    The Skilful Cook|Mary Harrison
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