The entrée was smoked flat-iron beef with caramelized mint fennel, kabocha pumpkin, yellow cauliflower, and baby bok choy.
Our experts gave us a thumbs-up or thumbs-down on the entrée.
How does one build an entrée out of fish heads, sugar cookie dough, hon-shimeji mushrooms, and crema?
Cassoulet, that most festive and exceptional of casseroles, bridges the gap between appetizer and entrée.
And Team Obama never liked the idea of giving Bill Clinton entrée to meddle around the familiar old 18 acres.
How came he to have the entrée to the Café des Deux Épingles?
Then he handed round an entrée, a fine example of his powers as a cook.
Anyone fresh from the Pacific must have enough to tell to see soup, fish and entrée safely through.
He had not a sou to his name but he had the entrée into all the fashionable homes in the East.
I had taken sherry with my soup, hock with my fish, champagne with my entrée, and a nip of brandy before my claret.
1724, "opening piece of an opera or ballet," from French entrée, from Old French entree (see entry). Cookery sense is from 1759; originally the dish which was introductory to the main course. The word had been borrowed in Middle English as entre "act of entering."