Belonging or relating to Florence, in Italy.
A native or inhabitant of Florence, a city in Italy.
A butter, cream, and fruit cookie, one side is often coated with chocolate. Also may refer to dishes presented on a spinach and topped with Mornay sauce. Recipe: Florentines
a. Dish containing spinach, eg eggs Florentine. b. Small biscuit of nuts and dried fruit covered with chocolate on one side.
FLOHR-uhn-teen, FLAWR-uhn-teen] Though Austrian bakers are credited with inventing these cookies, their name implies an Italian heritage. They`re a mixture of butter, sugar, cream, honey, candied fruit (and sometimes nuts) that is cooked in a saucepan before being dropped into mounds on a cookie sheet and baked. The chewy, candylike florentines often have a chocolate coating on one side.
A dish containing spinach, or a small biscuit.
of or relating to or characteristic of the city of Florence; "Florentine art"
CAMERATA: A group of artists intellectuals and musicians who, in Florence, at the end of the sixteenth century, often met to discuss ancient Greek drama and its performance style.
A mixture of roasted almonds and honey used as a tasty filling in chocolate products.
This is used to describe foods that are cooked in the style of Florence. The word is most commonly associated with dishes containing spinach and sometimes a cream sauce. Steak cooked ala Florentine is a large T-bone steak, rubbed with olive oil and garlic, grilled and served with fresh lemon on the side.
A food containing or placed upon spinach.
A cookie of nougatine and candied fruit brushed with a layer of chocolate.
1. adj. served or prepared with spinach 2. n. a cookie made with orange peels and almonds, coated in chocolate. 3. adj. from Florence Italy.
food set on a bed of cooked spinach and usually covered with a cream sauce and baked. From Florence, Italy.
Any French or Italian dish described as 'Florentine'...
Dish with spinach