Weinchadeau

English translation: wine sabayon

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German term or phrase:Weinchadeau
English translation:wine sabayon
Entered by: @caduceus (X)

16:02 Apr 14, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Food & Drink
German term or phrase: Weinchadeau
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Weinchadeau
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Local time: 16:47
wine sabayon
Explanation:
Weinchadeau ist eine Schaumcreme, wie Zabaione. Im Englischen wird der französische Begriff sabayon verwendet.

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wine sabayon


Explanation:
Weinchadeau ist eine Schaumcreme, wie Zabaione. Im Englischen wird der französische Begriff sabayon verwendet.

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Note added at 13 mins (2005-04-14 16:15:44 GMT)
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Hier ein leckeres Bild zum Thema:
http://www.3sat.de/3sat.php?http://www.3sat.de/geniessen/rez...


    Reference: http://www.knorr-gastro.at/pages/produkte/produkte.chtml?pro...
    Reference: http://www.answers.com/topic/zabaglione
@caduceus (X)
United States
Local time: 09:47
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Lancashireman: Good research. I’ve not seen ‘sabayon’ in UK supermarkets but 'Zabaglione' is obtainable at Sainsburys.
21 mins
  -> Thanks! I've seen both here in the US and I better stay away from it...

agree  roneill
1 hr
  -> Thanks, Rónat

agree  writeaway: agree with Andrew-in English the original Italian name Zabaglione is used more often.
1 hr
  -> on products yes, not necessarily in recipes and menus

agree  Claire Cox: My Larousse gives "sabayon" for English usage; I think it probably depends how it's used. I've heard of "sabayon sauce", but if it's served on its own, then "zabaglione" would be better
1 hr
  -> Thanks, Claire

agree  Linnea16
2 hrs
  -> Thank you

agree  Kathi Stock
2 hrs
  -> Danke, Kathi
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