M.L.Murphy at SUSSEX.AC.UK
Mon May 10 10:37:57 UTC 2004
Quoting Damien Hall <halldj at BABEL.LING.UPENN.EDU>:
> the French
> themselves most
> often use *pavÈ* in the phrase *pavÈ de boeuf*, meaning of course a
> steak of
> that shape.
Here (quite close to France), we get square rolls or loaves called pavé.
The ones in our supermarket have either olives or sundried tomatoes in
them. They're sort of a rustic type of bread...
Dr M Lynne Murphy
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