garde–manger

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noun garde–man·ger \ˌgärd-ˌmäⁿ-ˈzhā\

Definition of garde–manger

plural

garde–mangers

play \ˌgärd-ˌmäⁿ-ˈzhā(z)\
  1. :  a cook who specializes in the preparation of cold foods (such as meats, fish, and salads)

Origin and Etymology of garde–manger

French, literally, one who keeps food


First Known Use: 1928

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