cocotte

noun
co·​cotte | \ kȯ-ˈkȯt How to pronounce cocotte (audio) \
plural cocottes\ kȯ-​ˈkȯt(s) How to pronounce cocotte (audio) \

Definition of cocotte

2 : a shallow individual baking dish usually with one or two handles

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Examples of cocotte in a Sentence

in the new play, she takes on the somewhat racy role of a cocotte in fin de siècle Paris
Recent Examples on the Web This crème brûlée dish is the most affordable item on sale, followed by dinner plates starting at $10 and a mini round cocotte for $14. Christie Calucchia, Southern Living, 6 Apr. 2021 This cocotte is similar to a Dutch oven and is meant for roasting meats in particular, according to the brand. Ambar Pardilla, NBC News, 7 Apr. 2021 If your spring cleaning efforts made room in your kitchen cabinets for more cookware, now is the time to invest in a new pan, baking dish, or cocotte. Christie Calucchia, Southern Living, 6 Apr. 2021 One thing to note though, this cocotte is rather heavy, weighing in at about 7 pounds, despite its small size. Nishka Dhawan, USA TODAY, 5 Mar. 2021 As if its list of winning qualities wasn't long enough already, this cocotte (that's the French word for a Dutch oven) is also dishwasher-safe and can withstand temperatures of up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Isabelle Kagan, USA TODAY, 3 Nov. 2020 As if its list of winning qualities wasn't long enough already, this cocotte (that's the French word for a Dutch oven) is also dishwasher-safe and can withstand temperatures of up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Isabelle Kagan, USA TODAY, 3 Nov. 2020 Thanks to a partnership with Chase Sapphire, the actor—along with an assist from chef Brooke Williamson—created digital cooking tutorials using her favorite go-to kitchen items, like her Le Creuset cocotte and MadeIn cutting board. Jessica Radloff, Glamour, 7 Dec. 2020 Slow cook chili or soup, bake delicious bread to a crisp, and braise meat to fall-off-the-bone tenderness using this heavyweight cocotte. Kennedy Vogel, Better Homes & Gardens, 24 Nov. 2020

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First Known Use of cocotte

1867, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for cocotte

French

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The first known use of cocotte was in 1867

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27 May 2021

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“Cocotte.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cocotte. Accessed 18 Jun. 2021.

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