Larousse Gastronomique I look to it for the definitive recipes and definitions, and also the photos.
The Larousse Gastronomique recipe for roast horse with cinnamon looked superb.
Initially, there was a reaction to language: Dada was born when a knife was used to select a word from a Larousse dictionary.
Dr. Larousse said that he would have sunk had the hanging of Sharkey not put fresh life into him.
The account in Larousse's "Grand Dictionnaire" is so graphic that it makes one's flesh creep.
Jullien was, we assume, a naturalized British subject, though he appears in Larousse.
Larousse says the double judgment was wrongly attributed to Mme. de Sévigné.
Larousse calls her “Belle, instruite, spirituelle mais sceptique et materialiste.”
“Poids de marc”; marc, ancient weight of eight ounces (Larousse).