À l'ancienne is the French culinary term which means "in old-fashioned style"; in the ancient style", "in old style", describing a traditional method of preparation or cooking, as in Baguette à l'ancienne, Jambon à l'ancienne, Pain à l'Ancienne (traditionally-baked bread), etc.

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