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Fricot is a traditional Acadian dish. The word fricot has its origins in 18th century France where it was used to mean a feast. The following century, it had evolved to mean "meat stew", and later still it became used to refer to prepared food.
Fricot is a fictional character from the 2013 film Natan.
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by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman D. Rogers
The following Acadian dishes may be on menus in New Brunswick or PEI: n Fricot is a hearty chicken stew with – when properly made – whole chicken pieces and chunks of vegetables in a rich broth. It's occasionally made with clams . It is a satisfying dish and usually one of the least expensive on the menu. n French fries are frites and onion rings are rondelles d'oig- non. n Poutine rapée is a boiled dumpling with meat in the middle. Homemade, they can be excellent, but those who ...
Canada's Atlantic Provinces (2005)
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Iles de la Madeleine, Labrador by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers
The following Acadian dishes may be on menus in New Brunswick or PEI: n Fricot is a hearty chicken stew with - when properly made - whole chicken pieces and chunks of vegetables in a rich broth. It's occasionally made with clams . It is a satisfying dish ...
by Lonely Planet
Fricot is a hearty soup or stew. Newfoundland and Labrador may be boggy, rocky and cruddy for growing most things, but berries flourish here. Thus blueberries, partridgeberries (similar to cranberries) and bakeapples get shoveled into muffins, pies and jams. The best time of year for the harvest is midAugust. PEI rivals Idaho for being the potato capital of North America and it's said the island's ...
by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers
The following Acadian dishes may be on menus in New Brunswick or PEI: • Fricot is a hearty chicken stew with - when properly made - whole chicken pieces ...
by Maximillien De Lafayette
2 -Judith Fricot is a pioneer ...
Food and Culture (2011)
by Pamela Goyan Kittler, Kathryn Sucher, Marcia Nelms
Fricot is a popular soup made with potatoes and sausage or shredded meat. Cracklings, known as gratons, are bite-size bits of fried pork skin (often with meat attached) popular in some regions. Pecan pralines are a famous New Orleans candy. Pecans are native to Louisiana; pralines are large, flat patties made from brown sugar, water or cream, and butter. Another confection eaten often with coffee is beignets, round or square puffed French doughnuts dusted with powdered sugar.
by T. K. Pratt
"The fricot, a favourite dish, was made by frying chicken with pork. To this was ...
Tardy's Explanatory Pronuncing Dictionary ... A new edition corrected and much enlarged, by J. C. Tarver (1847)
by TARDY (Lexicographer.)
Etre en friche, to lay fallow Fricot, т. fri- kö, (vul.) feast, something good to eat [feast Fricoter, vn. fri- kö-té, (vul.) ...
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