Flute?

bea

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Joined Dec 31, 2000
I am reading a book written for students of advanced cookery. I keep coming across the word 'flute' in the listed ingredients. Can anyone tell me what this is? It is not mentioned in the index or glossary.
 

bea

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Joined Dec 31, 2000
Well, I'm glad it was not just me!
e.g. list of ingredients for onion soup:
Onions,butter,garlic,flour,brown stock,1/4 flute,grated cheese.

The method calls for the soup to be served with the flute and grated cheese. I did wonder if it was a type of bread or roll. Several other recipes call for a quantity of 'flute' but don't always mention it again in the method given. :confused:
 
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Joined Jun 9, 2001
flute meana lot of things.
1= tp [ress a decoritve patterm into the raised edge of a pie crust

2= to carve slashes, grooves, or other decortive markings in veggies

3= a thin, lightly sweet , flute shapped cookie served with ice cream or pudding

4- a stemmed champagne glass with a tall, slender cone shaped bowl

5= a thin flute shapped roll or load of bread
 

bea

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Joined Dec 31, 2000
Thanks coolJ and isaac. I have done searches of the two sites you recommend and am going to settle for no.5 - the bread or roll.
The book I am currently reading - for a textbook - is surprisingly inconsistent and I was driven by curiosity to try and solve at least this vague directive.
 

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