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cordon bleu

1. noun One who has earned the highest distinction in one's field, especially a chef. After studying with master chefs in France, Betty became a cordon bleu herself.
2. adjective Of the highest distinction in one's field. After studying with master chefs in France, Betty became a cordon bleu chef herself.
3. adjective Of food that has been prepared to the highest standard. At a five-star restaurant like that, you're guaranteed to get a cordon bleu dish.
4. adjective Stuffed with ham and cheese and then fried, as in the dish chicken cordon bleu. You don't need to make me a fancy dish like chicken cordon bleu—I'm fine with chicken nuggets!
See also: cordon
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Le Cordon Bleu also began documenting its recipes in magazines which the school published.
The prestigious Julia Child Scholarship is in recognition of Le Cordon Bleu's most esteemed alumni.
The prize, which will be presented to the winner by esteemed Le Cordon Bleu Alumna Mary Berry, and is ASPIRING food entrepreneurs are being offered a unique opportunity to turn their dream into a small business reality as the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) teams up with the renowned Le Cordon Bleu to launch their annual Julia Child Scholarship.
Ateneo has founded the Society of Jesus in 1859 while Le Cordon Bleu was founded in 1895 making it the oldest culinary school in the world.
This partnership between Le Cordon Bleu and the Ateneo de Manila is an offshoot of their shared hundred-year-old traditions of service and excellence, and commitment to quality.
Ambassador Lazaro added that, As a prelude to this, the Embassy has arranged for Philippine cuisine to be taught for the first time at Le Cordon Bleu Paris.
Le Cordon Bleu has a presence in the Middle East, with two institutes in Lebanon, awaiting other expansions in the region.
Chef Colin joined Le Cordon Bleu's team of Teaching Chefs in 2014 in the team of Cuisine Teaching Chefs and has been imparting his exemplary cuisine techniques to the budding chefs.
Newcastle-born Atkinson, whose Michelin star-winning reputation has made House of Tides a draw foodies since opening its doors in January last year, joined Le Cordon Bleu interview panel for the north round which saw applicants travel up from areas such as Manchester, Yorkshire and Norwich on Wednesday.
Run by Le Cordon Bleu London, the Scholarship Award means a prize worth more than [pounds sterling]35,000 for the winner who has a life-changing opportunity to study in its flagship culinary institute in London.
But at Le Cordon Bleu, the esteemed French cooking school, chefs and food scientists spent a week simmering, sauteing and grilling insects to extract innovative flavors that could open a new gastronomic frontier.
However I couldn't quite resist ordering their signature MCS Chicken Cordon Bleu (Dh70) - a stunning mains comprising five crunchy breaded cutlets of Chicken breasts stuffed with cheese and mushrooms and served with saute vegetables and potato with cream cheese sauce on the side.
As her prize, Rye won tuition to the three-day Bleu Ribbon Kitchen from the legendary Le Cordon Bleu cooking school.
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and Cordon Bleu are stronger for more mature tastes.