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  • Macédoine de légumes is also a hot vegetable dish consisting of the same vegetables served with butter.[2] macedoine gives 1740 as the earliest French usage; the on-line edition (as of December 27, 2006) refers to the derivation from Alexander as "not. — “Macedonia (food) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • It is often claimed that macédoine, the fruit or vegetable salad, was named after the area's very mixed population, however it seems more likely that it was inspired by Voyage dans la Macédoine: contenant des recherches sur l'histoire, la géographie, les. — “Macedonia (region) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Macedonia (region), a wider geographical and historical region covering both the above, Macedonia (ancient kingdom), also known as Macedon, the kingdom of Philip II and. — “Macedonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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