blini

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n blini Russian pancake of buckwheat flour and yeast; usually served with caviar and sour cream
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Usage

In literature:

All the blini you can eat.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
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In news:

The greatness begins with California Pressed Caviar, White Corn Blini and Créme Fraiche from none other than Jacques Pépin.
Pinch Food Design chef Bob Spiegel loves to rethink classic combinations, like this architectural take on blini and caviar.
This recipe makes more blini than you'll need, but extras are great with smoked salmon.
Makes 2 dozen blini .
As a nod to their Norwegian heritage, Sophie Dahl and her family ate blini (mini pancakes) topped with smoked salmon every Christmas Eve.
Russian blinis are made with buckwheat flour, and are similar to crepes.
Buckwheat blini with Greek yogurt and strawberries.
The first of three desserts @goosefootchi, crispy goats milk, comes wrapped in a blini.
Here, "blini and caviar" means pancakes made of native breadfruit, a "sour cream" of tart chestnut-and-milk purée, and glistening yellow roe bubbles of carachama, an Amazonian armored catfish normally seen at exotic aquariums.
Pinch Food Design chef Bob Spiegel loves to rethink classic combinations, like this architectural take on blini and caviar .
Amuse Bouche- Salmon tartare with yuzu and black sesame (in spoons) and smoked salmon and potato blini Napoleon with creme fraiche and trout roe.
Owner Matt Piacentini matches cured-salmon-topped mini blini with this drink, named for the Hollywood star and aquavit fan.
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In science:

The first structures to form are blinis or pancakes, thin in one direction and of large extent in the two others.
On the dynamics of a self-gravitating medium with random and non-random initial conditions
What we study can then be pictured as the one-dimensional dynamics of very large blinis, oriented parallel to one another and colliding and merging when moving under their mutual gravitational attraction.
On the dynamics of a self-gravitating medium with random and non-random initial conditions
For very long times the tree-dimensional nature of the motion is no doubt important, but for some time after the first blinis form, the one-dimensional approximation should be appropriate.
On the dynamics of a self-gravitating medium with random and non-random initial conditions
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