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Sole Véronique is a dish of poached sole served with grapes. It was invented in London in 1903 by the French chef Auguste Escoffier, who named it after Messager's comic opera Véronique at that time running at the Coronet theatre. The term Véronique is now applied to other dishes (of chicken, for instance) served with grapes.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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