a mixture of fruits or vegetables, often served as a salad.
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How to use macédoine in a sentence
In the centre of the dish place a piece of bread in the shape of a cup and fill this with a macedoine of vegetables.The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste: | Mrs. W. G. Waters
Then fill in the cavities with a macedoine of cooked vegetables and add a little cream to each.The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste: | Mrs. W. G. Waters
Indeed, murmured Captain Macedoine with a faint smile, he had it still.
As regards the future of M. Macedoine he could tell me nothing.
Captain Macedoine regarded it reverently as it lay on his palm.
British Dictionary definitions for macedoine
a hot or cold mixture of diced vegetables
a mixture of fruit served in a syrup or in jelly
any mixture; medley
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