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From French daurade, itself borrowed, through the intermediate of an Italian text, from Spanish dorada, partially from Latin aurāta, and influenced by the verb dorar (“gild, give a golden color”); compare dorado.
- (US, cooking) sea bream
2007 December 12, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, in New York Times:
- The chef, Csar Ramirez, and his partners, Kiwon Standen and Didier Palange, all Bouley alumni, have an eclectic menu, with dishes like slow-roasted rabbit and sweetbread salad, oxtail consommé, ginger-steamed daurade, slow-cooked Cornish hen and Japanese rice risotto with shrimp; 142 West 10th Street, (212) 255-2330 .
daurade f (plural daurades)
- Alternative form of