Cotoyer refers to a French cooking and culinary term that means to turn a joint in the oven in such a way as to expose in turn every side to the maximum heat. Cotoyer is from the French verb Cotoyer whihc means to be next to, rub shoulders with; to move alongside; (figurative) to be close to, border on Cotoyer is pronounced "ko twa yay".

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