A Quick Overview Of How To Say Chartreuse De Perdreaux
A 'Chartreuse de Perdreaux' is an elaborate dish which consists mainly of cabbage and partridges. Once cooked, and unmoulded, it is decorated with brightly coloured vegetables. It is named after 'La Grande Chartreuse', a convent near Grenoble. A 'Chartreux' - the masculine form of the word, is a Carthusian monk.
Chartreuse is also the name of a liqueur made by the monks.
- Chartreuse de Perdreaux
- shahr/trøhz də pehr/droh