brandade

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Etymology[edit]

French, from Occitan brandada, from brandar (to stir). Cognate to Spanish brandada.

Noun[edit]

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brandade (plural brandades)

  1. A puree of salted cod, olive oil, and milk.
    • 2009 January 19, Vincent M. Mallozzi, “When the Best Seat in the House Is in Your Home”:
      Mr. Fages, who enjoys cooking, greeted them with a large meal he had spent the better part of the day preparing, including cheeses, homemade bread, a fennel and apple salad, Israeli couscous, hummus, tzatziki, codfish brandade, pasta e fagioli with parmesan shavings and dessert.

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