bobby veal

bobby veal
молочная телятина

minced veal — рубленая котлета из телятины

veal cordon bleu — телятина «кордон блё»

selected veal — отборная телятина

jellied veal — заливная телятина

stewed veal — тушеная телятина

English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

Смотреть что такое "bobby veal" в других словарях:

  • bobby veal — /ˈbɒbi vil/ (say bobee veel) noun → stirk veal …   Australian English dictionary

  • bobby calf — noun also bobby ( es) Etymology: English dialect bob young calf (probably from the name Bob) + y Austral, New Zealand, & Africa : a young calf; specifically …   Useful english dictionary

  • bobby calf — /ˈbɒbi kaf/ (say bobee kahf) noun a young calf for slaughter as veal. Also, bobbie calf. {British dialect bobby small + calf1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • bobby — 1. n. (pl. ies) Brit. colloq. a policeman. Etymology: Sir Robert Peel, Engl. statesman d. 1850, founder of the metropolitan police force 2. n. (pl. ies) (in full bobby calf) Austral. & NZ an unweaned calf slaughtered for veal. Etymology: Eng.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bobby calf — Brit., Australian. a calf no more than a week old that is sent to be slaughtered. [1925 30; bob (as in BOB VEAL) + Y2] * * * …   Universalium

  • bobby calf — noun an unweaned calf slaughtered for veal. Origin 1920s: perh. from bob2, in the sense small, short …   English new terms dictionary

  • stirk veal — /stɜk ˈvil/ (say sterk veel) noun veal from a carcass over 32 kg in weight. Also, bobby veal …   Australian English dictionary

  • bob veal — noun Etymology: English dialect bob young calf more at bobby : the veal of a very young or unborn calf * * * the flesh of an unborn or newborn calf, used for food. [1850 55, Amer.; dial. (Cornwall) bob young calf (from its uncertain, staggering… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Debra Searle — Personal information Full name Debra Searle Nationality British Born 8 July 1975 (1975 07 08) (age 36) Website …   Wikipedia

  • List of foods named after people — This is a list of food items named after people. :For other lists of eponyms (names derived from people) see eponym. :For a list of eponyms sorted by name see List of eponyms.A* Fillet of Beef Prince Albert – Queen Victoria s Consort Prince… …   Wikipedia

  • Calf — For the back of the leg, see Calf (anatomy). For other uses, see Calf (disambiguation). A calf in the New Forest, England Calves (   …   Wikipedia

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