- The French word for a paper frill used to decorate the tips of rib bones, such as those on crown roasts.
- En papillote refers to food baked inside a wrapping of greased parchment paper. As the food bakes and lets off steam, the parchment puffs up into a dome shape. At the table, the paper is slit and peeled back to reveal the food.
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