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Clamart

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Clamart is a commune in the southwestern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 8.7 km from the center of Paris.

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Google previewUnited States Congressional Serial Set (1893)

The Clamart is a late variety of large grain. The Shah, a new English variety, is fully as early as the Prince Albert. Other varieties of climbing peas are the Champion of New England, Duke of Albany, Knight's Wrinkled Sugar-pea, and the ...

Google previewUniversal Exposition Paris (1891)

The Clamart is a late variety of large grain. The Shah, a new English variety, is fully as early as the Prince Albert. Other varieties of climbing peas are the Champion of New England, Duke of Albany, Knight's Wrinkled Sugar-pea, and the ...

Google previewCongressional Serial Set (1893)

The Clamart is a late variety of large grain. The Shalt, a new English variety, is fully as early as the Prince Albert. Other varieties of climbing peas are the Champion of New England, Duke of Albany, Knight's Wrinkled Sugar-pea, and the ...

Google previewGood Things (2008)

by Jane Grigson

The name Clamart is a souvenir of the days when Paris, like London, was ringedwithmarket gardens.Different areas specialized in different vegetables, Clamart,to the southwestof Paris,being famous for peas. Every morning before sunrise ...

Google previewThe Flavor Thesaurus (2012)

A Compendium of Pairings, Recipes and Ideas for the Creative Cook by Niki Segnit

Poulet a la clamart is a dish to please adventurous and conservative palates alike. Clamart, a suburb about five miles to the southwest of central Paris, has long been famous for the quality of its peas, and lends its name to any dish that makes ...

Google previewThe War of 1870 (1870)

Events and Incidents of the Battle-fields by comte Alfred de La Chapelle

Clamart is a township of the Seine, with 8000 inhabitants, and at about four miles from the Paris railway station {rive gauche) to Versailles. The forts protecting that side of Paris are Charenton, Ivry, Bicetre, and Montrouge. On the 19th an ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food and Cook (2013)

by Fulton, Margaret

CLAMART. Choose very small, young artichokes for this dish. Prepare in a heavy enamelled cast iron pan or flameproof casserole and serve in the same dish. 8 small, young globe artichokes 75 g (2% oz) butter 1 lettuce, ...

Google previewMargaret Fulton's Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery (2009)

by Margaret Fulton

CLAMART. Choose very small, young artichokes for this dish. Prepare in a heavy enamelled cast iron pan or flameproof casserole and serve in the same dish. 8 small, young globe artichokes 75 g (21⁄2 oz) butter 1 lettuce, shredded 2 cups ...

Google previewDicken's Dictionary of Paris, 1883 (1883)

An Unconventional Handbook by Charles Dickens

Germain des Prés— Clamart. — Place St. Germain des Prés- Gare Montparnasse ; Rue de Sèvres ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

butter and mixed with anchovy essenceandchopped parsley artichauts Clamart France Trimmed anddivided artichokes with choke removed, cooked slowlyinthe oveninwater with dicedcarrots, fresh peas, bouquet garni andsalt; whencooked ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Interior Design (1997)

by Joanna Banham

Maison Jassedé, avenue de Clamart (now avenue Charles de Gaulle), Paris (building, interiors and furnishings): Charles Jassedé 1894. ¦98. Castel Béranger, Paris (building,interiors and furnishings): ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

city chicken ciuperci ciuppin civet civet delapin civet de lie vre cizze con formaggio CJD clabbered milk clafoutis claire Clamart, a la clapshot clara de hue vo claraire claret clarifying daiy clavaria clayere clayon Clementine in warm or tropical ...

Google previewNew International Encyclopedia (1914)

CLAMART, kla'mar'. A town in the Department of Seine, France, 4% miles southwest of Paris at the foot of the Chatillon plateau (Map : Paris). It is a favorite residential suburb of Parisians, and is the seat of the Hospice Ferrari, an asylum for ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

Artichoke hearts, small, tender and trimmed artichokes; see also under artichauts Clamart or arlichaut Grand-Duc coffee The water extract of ground, roasted coffee heans used as a heverage and for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Photography, 3-Volume Set (2005)

by Lynne Warren

The concrete sided staircase wraps around and carries the curious faces of little children up to the very top in the 1965 photo, Children's library built by the Atelier de Montrouge, Clamart. Whenever the human element is the subject of Franck's ...

Google previewBiographical Dictionary of Twentieth-century Philosophers (2002)

by Stuart Brown, Diané Collinson, Robert Wilkinson

Clamart. Paris. Cat: Religious philosopher. Educ: Military Corps of Cadets, then studied Law at the University of Kiev without graduating; studied under Windelband at University of Heidelberg in l903. Infls: Main influences include Bohmc, Kant, ...

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