Question by  Grd (14)

What does "hors de vours" mean?


Answer by  patti (29325)

Hors d'œuvre is a French term that means "apart from the main work. " Hors d'œuvres are usually single bite foods, like "amuse bouche," that are offered prior to the main meal. Crudites, dips and fruit and cheese are not considered hors d'œuvre because they are comprised of multiple elements.


Answer by  worker7127 (69)

By definition, hors de vours (Hors d'œuvre in French) literally means "apart from the meal". In practice, it is a prepared appetizer like bruschetta, canapés, or deviled eggs.

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