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Gourmet Valse Tartare

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Gourmet Valse Tartare   Tuesday, February 19, 2002 (9:31 a.m.) 

Great score -- but what on Earth does Gourmet Valse Tartare mean? I've been looking through every dictionary at home and on the internet, and can't make any sence of it...I know it has something to do with Gourmet, Waltz and maybe raw...?
Any help?

Thanks.


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Re: Gourmet Valse Tartare   Friday, February 22, 2002 (6:03 a.m.) 

> Great score -- but what on Earth does Gourmet Valse Tartare mean? I've
> been looking through every dictionary at home and on the internet, and
> can't make any sence of it...I know it has something to do with Gourmet,
> Waltz and maybe raw...?
Any help?

> Thanks.

Gourmet Valse Tartare means "The Eater Walzes his Sauce"


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Re: Gourmet Valse Tartare   Saturday, May 7, 2011 (11:32 p.m.) 

> Any help?

Valse in Italian is a form of the word Valore, or "brave".
In Latin, it means "False"
Tartare is both a form of the word Tartar, which is a people from the Steppes region of Russia, or, alternatively, means "raw"

So, my thinking is that Gourmet Volse Tartare means something to the effect of "False Raw Gourmet" or "False Raw Food". Make sense?



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