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  Sauce Magazine St. Louis Metro Area Restaurant Guide
Sauce Magazine St. Louis Metro Area Restaurant Guide
Sauce on the Street will return on Nov. 29 – Sauce on the Street is on vacation during the month of November.
Please e-mail the editor if you are interested in freelance writing, design, or sales opportunities.
www.saucemagazine.com   (475 words)

  
  SAUCE - Software Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
SAUCE is not for you if clueless strangers often send you mail that's important to you.
SAUCE is controversial, because it deliberately rejects mail for technical deficiencies which wouldn't make it undeliverable.
SAUCE is also from the GNU Project FTP servers and their
www.chiark.greenend.org.uk /~ian/sauce   (571 words)

  
  Soy Sauce - Glossary - Hormel Foods
The traditional soy sauce, typically considered as an Asian condiment, is made from fermented soybeans, ground roasted wheat, and a starter mold known as koji to begin the fermentation.
A version of soy sauce that may be referred to as "wheat free" is the Japanese Tamari, a strong flavored sauce processed either as a sauce made only from soybeans or as a sauce containing only a small amount of low quality wheat.
Soy sauces can be used in salad dressings, as well as an ingredient for many other sauces such as marinades, steak sauces, barbecue sauces, or as flavorings in soups, stews, and a variety of food dishes.
www.hormel.com /kitchen/glossary.asp?id=34397&catitemid=   (662 words)

  
  Sauce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In cooking, a sauce is a liquid served on or used in the preparation of food.
Sauces may be prepared sauces, such as soy sauce, which are usually bought, not made, by the cook; or cooked sauces, such as Béchamel sauce, which are generally made just before serving.
Such sauces, including applesauce and cranberry sauce, are often eaten with specific other foods (apple sauce with pork or ham; cranberry sauce with poultry) or served as desserts.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sauce   (634 words)

  
 HP Sauce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HP Sauce is a condiment, a popular brown sauce currently produced in Aston, Birmingham, England by HP Foods.
Garton called the sauce HP because he had heard that a restaurant in the Houses of Parliament had begun serving it (indeed, bottle labels today carry a picture of the Palace of Westminster).
Whilst other sauces are sold under the "HP" name (such as chilli and curry) these are not based on a brown sauce recipe, and thus would not be called "HP Sauce" by most people.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/HP_Sauce   (776 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Sauce   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A sauce is a thick liquid which may be used to add flavour to food, to moisten it and/or make it look more attractive on the plate.
White sauces, based on velouté;, a reduction of the meat and bones of veal, chicken or both, or of fish.
British cooking: Gravy is a traditional sauce used on the traditional roast dinner, comprised of roast potatoes, roast meat, boiled vegetables and optional Yorkshire puddings.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=sauce   (427 words)

  
 :: fox restaurant concepts :: bistro zin :: bloom :: north :: the greene house :: montana avenue :: sauce :: wildflower ...
Sauce pizza and wine redefines the idea of “fast casual” with a unique and fresh approach to dining.
The outstanding menu at sauce includes a variety of unique, thin crust, red and white pizzas, market fresh chopped salads with housemade dressing, slowly roasted lasagna and grilled paninis on chewy fresh baked bread.
The contemporary interior of sauce is exciting and vibrant with tangerine walls, pistachio green chairs and brick accents.
www.foxrestaurantconcepts.com /sauce.html   (181 words)

  
 Barbecue sauce - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barbecue sauce or BBQ sauce is a thick liquid flavoring that is poured onto meat while being grilled or barbecued.
The most popular are tomato-based, with vinegar and sugar; but vinegar- and mustard-based sauces are popular in the certain areas of the American South.
Outside of barbecuing, store-bought sauce is often used on meat or other foods as a condiment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Barbecue_sauce   (303 words)

  
 The Food Timeline: history notes--sauce
Before adding tomato puree to this sauce it is advisable to spread the required quantity on a tray and to cook it in the oven until it turns a light brown colour.
This sauce is the base of all brown sauces for meat and poultry.
The Creoles are famous for their spendid sauces, and the perfect making of a good sauce is considered an indispensable part of culinary art and domestic economy.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodsauces.html   (7291 words)

  
 Scott's Barbecue Sauce
Since all eastern North Carolina barbecue sauces, including Scott's, start with a base of vinegar, salt, red pepper, and fl pepper, what must have come to Adam Scott as he lay slumbering were all the ingredients which are lumped together on the label under the general classification of "spices".
Suffice it to say that the overall taste sensation is of spicy, salty vinegar; that the coarse-ground pepper and spices impart a pleasant grittiness to the tongue, and that the heat is kept moderately under control.
No sauces has been placed on the barbecue when it's brought to the table, so basically what you're being served as a very mild, naturally sweet, tender serving of roast pork, waiting to be turned into what the taste buds recognize as barbecue by a liberal dose of Scott's spirited Famous Barbecue Sauce.
www.scottsbarbecuesauce.com /ncbbq.html   (1468 words)

  
 Ugly Brothers BBQ: Sauce & Marinate Recipes
Because the sauce contains sugar, it burns easily and should be brushed on during the last 10 to 15 minutes of cooking.
In general this sauce is preferred as a dipping sauce for short ribs, though many will use it to baste a variety of cuts on the grill.
Brother Rino insists that the parsley should be rough chopped (too fine and the sauce becomes pesto!) and that the garlic also be chopped rather than crushed to keep it from overpowering the remaining ingredients.
www.uglybrothers.net /RECIPES/sauce.htm   (1113 words)

  
 History of Sauces, History of Mayonnaise, History of Béchamel Sauce, history of Hollandaise Sauce
Sauces and gravies were used to mask the flavor of tainted foods.
It is served as a sauce for a variety of garnishes and main courses.
It is a type of a sauce, usually a thick one, which derives it body (either entirely or in part), from pureed fruits or vegetables.
whatscookingamerica.net /History/SauceHistory.htm   (3172 words)

  
 Starfish Consulting: BBQ Sauce Recipes
This sauce may be served room temperature or heated.
Puree sauce in 2, 3, or more batches to prevent it from spilling out of your food processor or blender.
Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer, covered for 30-45 minutes or until sauce is thickened, stirring occasionally.
www.starfishcons.com /pages/bbqsauce.htm   (448 words)

  
 SHACK Secret Famous Barbeque (BBQ) Sauce (Vinegar Based Recipe)
The secret barbeque (BBQ) sauce recipe was given to me by a long time employee, over 5,800 printed copies were mailed to 38 states and 14 foreign countries after I mentioned it on the radio, and since the Internet it has gone virtually everywhere.
We regularly use your sauce on fish that we catch and have found it to be an extraordinary mop for the tuna beast.
I have made this sauce for 3 years now, and the only variation is that I make the ketchup from scratch from the tomatoes in the garden.
www.ibdjohn.com /shack   (3609 words)

  
 sauce - Search Results - MSN Encarta
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encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=sauce   (142 words)

  
 Cooking For Engineers - Recipe File: Cranberry Sauce
Sure, the tin can shaped jelly mound of Ocean Spray is becoming more and more often the norm at holiday dinners, but making cranberry sauce from fresh cranberries to too easy and too tasty not to.
A simple cranberry sauce can be made with roughly 2 parts cranberries, 1 part water and 1 part granulated sugar by weight.
I have discovered that the sauce won't thicken if the frozen berries are thawed first.
www.cookingforengineers.com /article.php?id=79   (718 words)

  
 Open Directory - Home: Cooking: Sauces, Dips, Gravies, and Toppings
Caramel Sauce from RecipeSource - A Vietnamese recipe which can be used as a marinade for strips of beef, chicken or pork, or used in Satay recipes.
Sauce Recipes from Hugs's Homehearth - Various sauces including cocktail, egg, vegetable, and scallion sauce, and recipes for various consistencies using pre-packaged mixes.
Tartar Sauce - A simple sauce for deep fried seafood, which can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
www.dmoz.org /Home/Cooking/Sauces,_Dips,_Gravies,_and_Toppings   (600 words)

  
 Open Directory - Home: Cooking: Sauces, Dips, Gravies, and Toppings
Caramel Sauce from RecipeSource - A Vietnamese recipe which can be used as a marinade for strips of beef, chicken or pork, or used in Satay recipes.
Sauce Recipes from Hugs's Homehearth - Various sauces including cocktail, egg, vegetable, and scallion sauce, and recipes for various consistencies using pre-packaged mixes.
Tartar Sauce - A simple sauce for deep fried seafood, which can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
dmoz.org /Home/Cooking/Sauces,_Dips,_Gravies,_and_Toppings   (600 words)

  
 Exquisite Pizza Sauce - Allrecipes
Sauce should sit for 30 minutes to blend flavors; spread over pizza dough and prepare pizza as desired.
I added a few tablespoons of white wine to the warm water, which adds a wonderful flavor.
I use half the honey and use only half the fl and cayenne pepper, and omit the red pepper flakes.
allrecipes.com /Recipe/Exquisite-Pizza-Sauce/Detail.aspx   (322 words)

  
 Hedonia: Sauce
Once in a great while I may cave in and purchase some housemade sauce from someplace like PastaGina, which is serviceable, but in the end I'm always left craving the real deal.
My grandmother used to make her sauce with meatballs, Italian sausage and sometimes bresaola (that's bruh-ZHAWL), but if there was leftover chicken or pork, in it went.
Though we of course tasted the sauce in the moment, it wasn't until Christmas Day proper that we opened a jar for ourselves and made a quick lasagna from it.
hedonia.seantimberlake.com /hedonia/2006/12/sauce.html   (1454 words)

  
 Sauce Recipes - The Congo Cookbook (African recipes) www.congocookbook.com -   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Congo Cookbook's sauce recipes are for sauces in the European-American sense: a preparation that is served with food as a condiment or used as a marinade.
Dishes that are really more of a soup or stew than a sauce are still called a "Sauce" to conform with the traditional African nomenclature; in these cases the word "Sauce" appears in quotation marks, as in Palaver 'Sauce'.
Richard F. Burton (19th century traveler, writer, and translator) wrote of soups and stews in the African meal in Wanderings in West Africa (New York: Dover Publications, Inc, 1991; originally published by Tinsley Brothers, London, 1863).
www.congocookbook.com /index_6.html   (460 words)

  
 GourmetSleuth - Hollandaise Sauce
The most important aspect of a successful sauce is to use a double boiler and make sure not to allow the water in the bottom of the double boiler to boil, just remain, hot and lightly simmering.
This hollandaise sauce can be served at room temperature or heated on the stove or in your microwave.
If the sauce starts to separate, add 1 or 2 tablespoons of cream and beat the sauce with a wire whisk until it is smooth once again.
www.gourmetsleuth.com /recipe_hollandaise.htm   (573 words)

  
 Gourmet Hot Sauce | InsaneChicken's Hot Sauces
The soy sauce and herbs adds to the flavor and makes this sauce a great marinade to infuse your food with flavor and some heat.
Cackalacky hot sauce is a delicious mixture of burning peppers of Tabasco and selected vegetables, complimented by spices doused with a sprinkling of classic burgundy wine, and finished with subtle hints of natural hickory smoke and citrus flavors.
Grace hot pepper sauce is one of the most famous of Jamaican pepper sauces and has stood the test of time and millions of discerning palates.
www.insanechicken.com /hot_sauce.html   (3331 words)

  
 sauce Definition in the Food Dictionary at Epicurious.com
 In the most basic terms, a sauce is a thickened, flavored liquid designed to accompany food in order to enhance and bring out its flavor.
In the days before refrigeration, however, sauces were more often used to smother the taste of foods that had begun to go bad.
It was the 19th-century French chef Antonin Carême who evolved an intricate methodology by which hundreds of sauces were classified under one of five "mother sauces." Those are:
www.epicurious.com /cooking/how_to/food_dictionary/entry?id=4420   (200 words)

  
 COLLECTION: Barbecue Sauces
From: arielle@taronga.com (Stephanie da Silva) BARBECUE SAUCE ============== Ingredients: ------------ 2 cups tomato catsup 2 tblsp wine vinegar 2 tblsp soy sauce 1 tblsp brown sugar dash of Tabasco sauce Instructions: ------------- Combine ingredients in a saucepan.
From: steven.frank%acc1bbs@ssr.com (Steven Frank) ORANGE BARBEQUE SAUCE ===================== (Servings: 12) Ingredients: ------------ 6 oz Chili sauce 1/4 c Orange juice 1/4 c Soy sauce 1/4 c Molasses 2 tblsp Vinegar, chinese fl 2 tblsp Onion, grated 1/2 tsp Ginger, grated 2 tsp Sauce, hot pepper Instructions: ------------- Combine all ingredients in a large saucepan.
Cool the sauce to room temperature, strain it and store it in a tightly covered jar in the refrigerator.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~mjw/recipes/sauces/mp-bbq-sauce-coll.html   (413 words)

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