Grenadin (gren-ah-dan) is a French term for a small slice of fillet of veal, cut in the shape of a triangle or rectangle, larded with bacon and braised.


Grenadine is a scarlet, non-alcoholic syrup made from pomegranate juice and used as a sweetening agent in cocktails and as a flavouring in desserts.

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