parfait glass


Definition of parfait glass

: a tall narrow glass with a short stem

Examples of parfait glass in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web To prepare parfaits: Divide the pomegranate compote among six 6-ounce (3/4 cup) parfait glasses, ramekins or other small dessert cups. Romney Steele,, 12 Dec. 2019 Assemble parfaits: Divide half of pumpkin mixture among 12 small parfait glasses. Ina Garten, Good Housekeeping, 2 Oct. 2015 Tip: Use iced tea spoons to fill the parfait glasses. Susan Nicholson, ajc, 23 Feb. 2018 Layer Spicy Hot Fudge Sauce, brittle, and scoops of ice cream in parfait glasses. Marian Cooper Cairns, Country Living, 4 Jan. 2018 To serve, spoon about 1/2 cup of fruit into each small bowl or parfait glass. Debbie Arrington, sacbee, 18 Dec. 2017 In 6 parfait glasses, layer brownies, ice cream mixture, and fudge sauce, repeating as desired. Garnish with additional chopped Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Redbook, 24 Sep. 2014 See More

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First Known Use of parfait glass

1907, in the meaning defined above

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“Parfait glass.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 28 May. 2022.

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