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lobster thermidor

lobster thermidor

noun lobster ther·mi·dor \-ˈthər-mə-ˌdr\

Definition of LOBSTER THERMIDOR

:  cooked lobster meat in a rich wine sauce stuffed into a lobster shell and browned

Origin of LOBSTER THERMIDOR

thermidor, from French, from Thermidor, drama (1891) by Victorien Sardou
First Known Use: 1894

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