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Saturday 11 April 2020

[Answer] Dish served before a main course crossword clue

  • Dish served before a main courseIn the United States and Canada (except Quebec), the main course is traditionally called an "entrée". English-speaking Québécois follow the modern French use of the term entrée to refer to a dish served before the main course.According to linguist Dan Jurafsky, North American usage ("entrée") retains the original French meaning of a substantial meat course.An entrée (/ ˈ ɒ̃ t r eɪ /, US also / ɒ n ˈ t r eɪ /; French: ) in modern French table service and that of much of the English-speaking world (apart from the United States and parts of Canada) is a the course of a meal.Outside North America, it is generally synonymous with the terms hors d'oeuvre, appetizer or starter.It may be the first , or it may ...

    Though any food served before the main course is technically an , the phrase is generally limited to individual items, such as or . A topped with mascarpone and wrapped with is an hors d'oeuvre, and on a platter may also be served as .Appetizers (also known as hors d'oeuvre) – items the courses of a meal, typically smaller than , and often meant to be eaten by hand (with minimal use of silverware). Hors d'oeuvre may be at the dinner table as a part of the meal, or they may be seating.

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