gratin

[grat-n, graht-; French gra-tan]
noun

Origin:
1800–10; < French, Middle French; see grate2

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gratin (French ɡratɛ̃)
 
adj
See au gratin

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To try sweet potato and apple gratin, click here for the recipe.
Great argument for this cream- and cheese-rich potato-shiitake gratin.
Next comes hake au gratin on a bed of spinach and a cream-stuffed puff pastry
  for dessert.
Must-haves include the turtle soup, shrimp remoulade, oysters en brochette and
  crabmeat au gratin.
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