How To Pronounce 'Boeuf À La Mode'?
How Do You Say 'Boeuf À La Mode' Audio
Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Boeuf À La Mode'?
bøhf ah lah mohd
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A Quick Overview Of Boeuf À La Mode
'Boeuf à la mode' is a French term for stewed or braised beef. Traditionally the dish includes carrots and small onions which are added towards the end of the cooking time in order to preserve their texture.
In the United States the term 'à la Mode' refers to sweet tarts (or pies as they are called there) which are served with ice cream.
In French cooking, you may also come across 'à la mode' being used in the sense of 'in the style of'. This associates a town or area with the recipe. 'Tripes à la mode de Caen' is particularly well-known - it means 'tripe in the style of the town of Caen'.
- Boeuf à la mode
- Bøhf ah lah mohd
How To Say It
- The 'oeu' verb cluster is pronounced as one sound, and it is the sound of the second 'e' in 'refEr'. Other references are the 'u' sound in 'urge' and 'purr';
- Pronounce the final 'f';
- The 'a's are pronounced closest to the 'a' in 'father';
- The 'o' in 'mode' is pronounced closest to the 'o' in 'hot';
- You pronounce the final ‘d’ because it is followed by and ‘e’. You do not pronounce the final ‘e’.