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aspic jelly

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  • aspic — 1789, savory meat jelly, from Fr. aspic jelly (18c.), lit. asp, from O.Fr. aspe (see ASP (Cf. asp)) + ending from basilisc basilisk (the two creatures sometimes were confused with one another). The foodstuff said to be so called from its coldness …   Etymology dictionary

  • Aspic — An aspic with chicken and eggs. Aspic is a dish in which ingredients are set into a gelatin made from a meat stock or consommé. Non savory dishes, often made with commercial gelatin mixes without stock or consommé, are usually called gelatin… …   Wikipedia

  • Jelly — may refer to:* Gelatin, a translucent brittle solid substance, extracted from the collagen inside animals connective tissue ** Gelatin dessert, referred to as jelly in Britain and other countries, popular brands include Jell O, Rowntree s and… …   Wikipedia

  • aspic — ► NOUN ▪ a savoury jelly made with meat stock. ORIGIN French, asp , from the colours of the jelly as compared with those of the snake …   English terms dictionary

  • Aspic — As pic, n. [F., prob. fr. aspic an asp.] A savory meat jelly containing portions of fowl, game, fish, hard boiled eggs, etc. Thackeray. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aspic — [as′pik΄] n. [Fr < OFr aspe, ASP1; ic prob. by assoc. with basilic, basilisk] 1. Archaic an asp 2. a cold jelly of meat juice, tomato juice, etc., served as a garnish or molded, often with meat, seafood, etc …   English World dictionary

  • aspic — aspic1 /as pik/, n. 1. a savory jelly usually made with meat or fish stock and gelatin, chilled and used as a garnish and coating for meats, seafoods, eggs, etc. 2. a similar jelly made with spiced tomato juice and gelatin, served as a salad.… …   Universalium

  • aspic — as|pic [ˈæspık] n [U] [Date: 1700 1800; : French; Origin: asp (= small snake) ; perhaps because the jelly was thought to look like a snake s skin] 1.) a clear brownish ↑jelly in which cold meat is sometimes served 2.) preserve/set/remain in aspic …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • aspic — [18] Aspic was borrowed from French, where, like the archaic English asp which reputedly bit Cleopatra, it also means ‘snake’ (ultimately from Greek aspís). This has led to speculation that aspic the jelly was named from aspic the snake on the… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • aspic — [18] Aspic was borrowed from French, where, like the archaic English asp which reputedly bit Cleopatra, it also means ‘snake’ (ultimately from Greek aspís). This has led to speculation that aspic the jelly was named from aspic the snake on the… …   Word origins

  • jelly — noun 1 (C, U) BrE a soft solid substance made with sweetened fruit juice and gelatine jello AmE: raspberry jelly 2 (U) AmE a very thick sweet substance made from boiled fruit and sugar with no pieces of fruit in it; clear jam 1 (1): a peanut… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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