ground beefsteak seasoned with salt and pepper and served uncooked, often mixed with a raw egg and garnished with capers, onions, etc.
a variant term for steak tartare
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a sunless abyss, below Hades, in which Zeus imprisoned the Titans. 2. a place in Hades for the punishment of the wicked. noun (Greek myth) 1. an abyss under Hades where the Titans were imprisoned 2. a part of Hades reserved for evildoers 3. the underworld; Hades 4. a primordial god […]
noun 1. the historical name of a region of indefinite extent in E Europe and Asia: designates the area overrun by the Tartars in the Middle Ages, from the Dnieper River to the Pacific. noun 1. a variant spelling of Tatary
- Tart cell
tart cell n. A granulocyte that has engulfed the nucleus of another cell, the structure of which is still well preserved. This type of ingested nucleus, especially as found as an artifact in lupus erythematosus cell preparations.
- Tarte tatin
noun a French dessert of caramelized upside-down apple tart Examples Serve tarte Tatin lukewarm with vanilla ice cream, heavy cream or whipped cream. Word Origin c. 1931, created by the Tatin sisters, hoteliers of Loir de Cher, France Usage Note cooking