The Book of Sauces

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Penguin, 1986 - Cooking - 128 pages
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Transform a basic dish into something special with one of the exciting recipes contained in The Book of Sauces. With detailed instructions for standard, exotic and dessert sauces and salad dressings, this book will help you to prepare a vast range of appetizing sauces for you to savor. Book jacket.
 

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I am considered a pretty good cook. I have worked in the restaurant industry for years and have tasted some deelicious food. And, I find Gordon Grimsdale's book to have recipes that work, are classic, and are well-balanced and full of good and complex flavor. Definitely useful and impressive when you want to create your own dishes but are not a sous-chef yourself. I recommend this book and wish he wrote more. 

Contents

Introduction
7
Savory Fruit Sauces
26
Exotic Unusual Sauces 3 5
62
Dessert Sauces
103
Serving Suggestions
121
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Page 5 - A condiment or composition of condiments and appetizing ingredients eaten with food as a relish; esp., a dressing for meat, fish, puddings, etc.

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