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  • n. Bearnaise sauce.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a sauce like hollandaise but made with white wine and tarragon and shallots instead of lemon juice


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  • I had the eggs bearnaise, which is an eggs benedict with peameal bacon, drenched in homemade, lemony bearnaise sauce.

    Buffalo Pundit

  • As cooking light points out Even rich, buttery sauces, such as bearnaise or beurre blanc, have a place in a healthy diet.

    Sauces made Simple

  • But you get what you pay for - chunks of Maine lobster astride poached eggs and croissants, with lemon hollandaise and wilted spinach ($25) or a heady omelet "bearnaise"

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • BF gets the same, but he gets some leftover bearnaise dip instead of ketchup.

    Bento #214 – Jiji bento « Were rabbits

  • As Oscar would say, bring your own bearnaise. chinagringo

    Morelia and more!!

  • A French entrecote with bearnaise and a glass of red wine and french fries but Dawg cannot find that anywhere but Paris and a joint he knows in San Francisco so Dawg is telling you this is the next best thing on this continent.

    General Lee Hamburgers and Tequila

  • There's also Bistro Bis, near the Capitol, for all your lobbying and bearnaise sauce needs.

    Hank Stuever reviews WETA's 'Breakfast in Washington'

  • In France, home of such heart-stopping delicacies as sauce bearnaise and quiche lorraine, 12 million people have high cholesterol, but fewer than 3 million take statins.

    You Want Statins With That?

  • Her souffles didn't rise and her bearnaise sauce curdled.


  • That evening she found hair in the bowl of the food processor when she began making bearnaise sauce for the filet steak, Ford's favorite dish.


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