Definition of brioche
: light slightly sweet bread made with a rich yeast dough
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Santa Barbara prawns grilled with a wisp of rosemary represent the West Coast; New Bedford scallops chopped into a tartare and served with sea grass and toasted brioche compete for the East.
The menu included a selection of pate, Dover sole and filet of beef served with brioche, followed by hot chocolate souffle.
The Fritos Batidos staff served the burger on a brioche bun with a sweet chili mayonnaise.
The bread was excellent, and in ways that resisted comparison — tall and tan and sweet as brioche, but softer inside, more supple.
Another big seller is the current limited edition offer, which is fresh strawberries or blueberries on brioche French toast or crepes.
Chef Jason Kerton also whips up a kielbasa burger topped with house kraut, smoked gouda, and horseradish cream sauce on brioche.
At Brown Butter, the burger is a shiitake, brisket and short rib patty topped with house smoked provolone, marinated kale, house made pickles, Greek yogurt and Sicilian ketchup served on a brioche bun.
Piquillo peppers give the aioli a Spanish flair, and the brioche bun gets toasted crisp on the plancha.
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Definition of brioche for English Language Learners
: a light, sweet type of bread
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