Recent Examples of veal from the Web
Rich ordered six entrees one night: Three filet mignons, two beef wellingtons and veal parmesan.
Add the water, beef base, veal demi-glace, pepper and granulated onion.
This year, U.S. beef and veal production are expected to grow 5 percent to more than 12 million tons, reaching a nine-year high, according to USDA reports.
Brazil was the world’s largest producer of beef and veal in 2016 and one of the top exporters, according to U.S. Agriculture Department.
Larger entrees include Cod Santorini and veal, lamb and ricotta meatball ravioli.
Basil leaves, whole or crumbled, flavor mild meats such as chicken, veal or fish, and most vegetables, the flavor intensifying during cooking.
Today, the down-to-earth menu continues to offer solid fare like crab cakes, steaks, veal and even sour beef and dumplings.
Chef Chris Blackwell is emphasizing seasonal ingredients in his lineup, which includes soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, pastas and fancier entrees such as veal osso buco.
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Origin and Etymology of veal
Definition of veal
: to kill and dress (a calf) for veal
First Known Use of veal
VEAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of veal for English Language Learners
: the meat of a young cow (called a calf) that is used for food
VEAL Defined for Kids
Definition of veal for Students
: the meat of a young calf used for food
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