Aboyeur is a French word expediter or announcer; a station in the brigade system. The aboyeur accepts orders from the dining room, relays them to the appropriate stations of the kitchen, and checks each plate before it leaves the kitchen.
Aboyeur is a French word for a barker, the person who accepts the orders from the dining room and relays them to the kitchens, most often by shouting.
Feminine is aboyeuse
Aboyeur is pronounced "ah-boh-yer"
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