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Flor·en·tine / ˈflôrənˌtēn; -tīn/ • adj. 1. of or relating to Florence. 2. (florentine ) (of food) served or prepared on a bed of spinach: eggs florentine. • n. 1. a native or citizen of Florence. 2. (florentine) a cookie consisting mainly of nuts and preserved fruit, coated on one side with chocolate.

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florentine
1. Thin biscuits with nuts and dried fruit coated with chocolate.

2. Garnished with spinach.

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