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The common ones are used to fasten pieces of meat together; to roast or bake small birds, liver in brochette, etc., etc.
They are what is called en brochette in cook-books, a formidable name for a simple dish.
GALA DAY LUNCHEONSCAROLINE BENEDICT BURRELL
There is no other hotel in the world where you can get such chicken livers en brochette.
Mutton kidneys with bacon are desirable, and all the livers and kidneys en brochette with bacon, empaled on a spit, are excellent.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
How many people in Aix to-day have had rognons a la brochette for their luncheon!
AT THE VILLA ROSEA. E. W. MASON
He wore three little gold crosses in a brochette on the portly breast of his blue coat, and looked like a foreign field-marshal.
THE HISTORY OF PENDENNISWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Twice I thought my nose was going to be served en brochette.
HALF-HOURS WITH THE IDIOTJOHN KENDRICK BANGS

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