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Definition of the noun pernod

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noun - plural: Pernods

  1. (registered trademark) a liqueur flavored with anise
    • lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
    • more generic words: cordial / liqueur = strong highly flavored sweet liquor usually drunk after a meal
    • substance: anise seed / aniseed / anise = liquorice-flavored seeds, used medicinally and in cooking and liquors

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Google previewThe Appetizer Atlas (2008)

A World of Small Bites by Arthur L. Meyer, Jon M. Vann

(Pernod is an acceptable substitute.) The dish Oysters Bienville was created by Pete Michel and Roy Alaciatore, both of Antoine's, sometime in the 1940s as a tribute to the memory of Jean Baptiste le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville, the adventurer ...

Google previewBouchon (2016)

by Thomas Keller

The Pernod is an important flavoring and helps to keep the butter from separating as it cooks. If you don't care for its anise flavor, use white wine instead. For T H E H E R B B UTTER: Mince the garlic and salt together and crush with the blade ...

Google previewThe Earthbound Cook (2010)

250 Recipes for Delicious Food and a Healthy Planet by Myra Goodman

Pernod is a French liqueur with a light anise (licorice) flavor. Unfortunately, it's expensive and has few other uses in cooking. The mussels will still be good without the liqueur, but if you plan on making this dish fairly often, consider adding ...

Google previewJigger, Beaker and Glass (2001)

Drinking Around the World by Charles H. Baker Jr.

Pernod is the capon near'absinthe made in France now, with much of the taste but little of the lift—due ...

Google previewInsiders' Guide® to Connecticut (2012)

by Eric D. Lehman

Escargots au Pernod is a nice change from the usual, and the cassoulet is excellent. Luc's is not cheap, but they certainly don't skimp on the portions: The croque madame is hard to finish just by itself. As you enjoy your Sancerre wine while ...

Google previewImpress for Less! (2007)

by Hope Fox

Pernod is a natural companion to fish and seafood. It is included, for instance, in New Orleans oysters Rockefeller, a signature American dish. WHERE TO BUY Wild and line-caught fish: Citarella, 212-874-0383, Wild ...

Google previewThe Healthy Heart Cookbook For Dummies (2011)

by James M. Rippe

Pernod is a licorice-flavored liqueur that can be found in fine liquor and wine stores. Baked Fillet of Turbot with Gratin of Yukon Potato, Tomato, Lemon, Onion, and Basil Created by Sylvain Portay Chef of The Dining Room, The Ritz-Carlton, ...

Google previewHappy Hours (2009)

The Penguin Book of Cocktails by Bhaichand Patel

Today's Pernod is a sanitized, direct descendantofabsinthe. Another drink,the pastis, which originated in the south of France, was similar to absinthe and also contained wormwood. Whenthat gotbanned, the companythat marketedit,Paul ...

Google previewThe High-Protein Cookbook (2010)

More than 150 healthy and irresistibly good low-carb dishes that can be on the table in thirty minutes or less. by Linda West Eckhardt, Katherine West Defoyd

Often Pernod is the secret ingredient in bouilabaisse. oysters ...

Google previewBuilding Supply News (1922)

Pernod is an expert on street paving construction and $" D9rvises ...

Google previewNeurology of the Arts (2004)

Painting, Music, Literature by F. Clifford Rose

Modern Pernod is an aniseed-flavoured beverage. The ban has recently been lifted and a less powerful absinthe is available, known as the “Green Fairy”. x. Digitalis intoxication causes confusion, delirium and hazy yellow vision. y. The word ...

Google previewThe Neurobiology of Painting (2006)

International Review of Neurobiology by Ronald J. Bradley, R. Adron Harris, Peter Jenner

Modern Pernod is an aniseed-flavored beverage. The ban has recently been lifted, and a less powerful absinthe is available, known as the ''Green Fairy.'' 5In the nineteenth century it was used to treat epilepsy. Digitalis intoxication causes ...

Google previewA-Z; v.4, supplement (1878)

by Andrew Ure, Robert Hunt

Pernod is a partner, is of great purity and strength, and compares very well with the commercial alizarine, both these preparations dyeing purples almost as pure as tho finest soaped madder ...

Google previewDictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines (1878)

by Andrew Ure

Pernod is a partner, is of great purity and strength, and compares very well with the commercial alizerine, both these preparations dyeing purples almost as pure as the finest soaped madder ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol (2014)

Social, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives by Scott C. Martin

However, the actual ingredients included in different brands of pastis, such as Pernod and Ricard, are closely guarded trade secrets. The production of pastis liqueurs was prohibited in France from 1940 to 1944 by the Vichy regime during ...

Google previewFast Food and Junk Food: An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat [2 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat by Andrew F. Smith

For instance, Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins were both owned at one time by the French conglomerate Pernod Ricard, although both companies were subsequently sold to an American multinational firm, Dunkin' Brands, Inc. A number ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Cycling (2011)

by Jeroen Heijmans, Bill Mallon

Inspired by the Super Prestige Pernod International in road racing, the union of Belgian cyclo-cross race organizers decided to stage a season-long cup competition. The number of races has changed over the years; in 2009–10, it featured ...

Google previewThe Grilling Encyclopedia (1994)

An A-to-Z Compendium of how to Grill Almost Anything

The best recipes for rich fish stocks almost always call for a little Pernod, an anise liqueur, and cooks in Provence, France, are quick to grill fresh fish over a fire of dried fennel stalks. " ...

Google previewThe Business of Wine: An Encyclopedia (2008)

An Encyclopedia by Geralyn G. Brostrom, Jack Brostrom

Three years later, when the Seagram wine and spirits business was being sold by the newly created Vivendi Universal, whose core field was entertainment and was divesting its alcohol business, Diageo made a joint bid with France's Pernod ...

Google previewThe Chicago Food Encyclopedia (2017)

by Carol Haddix, Bruce Kraig

The restaurant was distinguished by its superb service, formal atmosphere, extensive wine list, and modern French dishes, such as escargots in a Roquefort Pernod cream sauce and a chervil-and-black-truffle–crusted ahi tuna with roasted ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (2015)

by Murali Mohan Hundigam

slug, squid, mussels An aniseedflavoured aperitif—Pernod An annotation— notation An announcement published in newspaper that someone has died— obituary An annoying person—wazzock An annual festival and holiday in some parts ...

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

by Rodney Dale

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Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Luxury Edition by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

Pernod /'pa:nao/ P n. trademark an aniseed—flavoured aperitif. — ORIGIN named after the manufacturing firm Pernod Fils. perogi P pl. n. variant spelling of PIEROGI. peroneal /,pera'nizal/ P adj. Anatomy relating to or situated in the outer side ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dyeing and Calico Printing (1869)

Containing a Brief Account of All the Substances and Processes in Use in the Arts of Dyeing and Printing Textile Fabrics

Pernod and Picard, of Avignon, is in paste and equal to 16 ...

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