en brochette

en bro·​chette | \ˌäⁿ-brō-ˈshet \

Definition of en brochette 

of food

: cooked or served on a skewer shrimp en brochette

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The menu will include crabmeat maison, oysters en brochette, trout amandine and coffee cake bread pudding. Todd A. Price, NOLA.com, "Carrollton Market cooks haute Creole for next Todd Price Taste Club," 2 Mar. 2018 The menu, by long-time chef Robert Finley, was French with some Creole flavors thrown in: oysters en brochette, vichyssoise, rack of lamb, duck with cherry orange sauce and stuffed leg of rabbit. Todd A. Price, NOLA.com, "Do you remember Masson's by the lake? A lost New Orleans restaurant," 26 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of en brochette

circa 1909, in the meaning defined above

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