Definition of Potage. Meaning of Potage. Synonyms of Potage

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Definition of Potage

Potage
Potage Pot"age (?; 48), n. See Pottage.
potage
Pottage Pot"tage (?; 48), n. [F. potage, fr. pot pot. See Pot, and cf. Porridge, Porringer.] A kind of food made by boiling vegetables or meat, or both together, in water, until soft; a thick soup or porridge. [Written also potage.] --Chaucer. Then Jacob gave Esau bread and pottage of lentils. --Gen. xxv. 34.

Meaning of Potage from wikipedia

- Potage (/ˈpɒtɪdʒ, poʊˈtɑːʒ/, also UK: /pɒˈ-, pəˈ-/, French: [pɔtaʒ] (listen); from Old French pottage, meaning 'potted dish') is a category of thick soups...
- "Potage" is the third episode of the first season of the psychological thriller–horror series Hannibal. The episode was written by David Fury, Chris Brancato...
- 19th-century cookbooks, and still today, they are often named "Potage Parmentier" or "Potage a la Parmentier" after Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, the French...
- Carrot soup (referred to in French as Potage de Crécy, Potage Crécy, Potage à la Crécy, Purée à la Crécy and Crème à la Crécy) is a soup prepared with...
- by contrast with the co****, traditional peasant fare of pease pottage, Potage Saint-Germain, made of fresh peas and other fresh greens braised in light...
- Ribollita is a famous Tuscan bread soup, a hearty potage made with bread and vegetables. There are many variations but the main ingredients always include...
- Soupe DuBarry (Potage DuBarry or Velouté DuBarry or Crème DuBarry) is a French soup made from cauliflower, potatoes, and stock (traditionally veal stock)...
- Purée Mongole, also called Cream Mongole, is a creamed split pea-tomato soup of unknown origin; a recipe for it was printed in 1889. Po****r during the...
- term is uncertain, but may derive from the proper name Jules or Julien. A potage julienne is composed of carrots, beets, l****s, celery, lettuce, sorrel,...
- soups The Academie Française Dictionary defines a bisque as: BISQUE n. Potage fait d'un coulis de crustacés. Une bisque de homard, d'écrevisses. (Soup...
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