Thursday, April 25, 2013

A "signature dish" is a

A signature dish is a recipe that identifies an individual chef.
A "signature dish" is a dish that is closely identified with a chef or
a restaurant and stands out as a prime example of that person's or establishment's cuisine. A signature dish can be either an entirely new, exclusive creation, or just a variation on an old favorite.
Some novices also have signature dishes. This is common with people who are social and who engage in a great deal of in-home meal entertainment. A hostess, for example, may be known for a specialty.

It may be expected that she make it or bring it to any type of gathering that calls for her to cook.
Franz Sacher was an Austrian-Jewish confectioner, best known as the inventor of the world-famous chocolate cake, the Sachertorte.
Sachertorte is a specific type of chocolate cake, or torte.

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