Definitions

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  • n. brown sauce with tomatoes and a caramelized mixture of minced carrots and onions and celery seasoned with Madeira

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Examples

  • browned roux plus brown stock sometimes called espagnole

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • But to make a splendid sauce, a good cook goes on to add the basic brown mother sauce called demi-glace (sometimes called espagnole) with a flavoring, as in this chapter’s Fillet of Beef Braised with Mushrooms (page 246).

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • Even Escoffier, the Father of Modern French Cuisine, had developed a vegetarian espagnole mother sauce based on the original version.

    Ron Pickarski: Vegetarian Cuisine and Culinary Education

  • The celebrity thing is already going full bore. iTunes just uploaded the recordings Anne made for Sony, including: • Prokofiev Violin Concertos • American Album • Lalo/Bruch: Symphonie espagnole/Scottish Fantasy • Franck/Strauss: Violin Sonatas

    Laurence Vittes: Nexus of the Arts: Anne Akiko Meyers, Keith Olbermann and Antonious Stradivarious

  • One moment she was mopping the floors with her balai espagnole ... and the next she was lying helpless on the cold wet tiles.

    troisième age - French Word-A-Day

  • The 'mother sauces,' b chamel, espagnole, tomato and velout

    B

  • He was great at rhythm, marshalling downright funkiness in some of the Spanish dances of the “Rapsodie espagnole,” though with a hint of instability that was now exhilarating, keeping things driving forward, and now dislocating, as if the music were about to fall apart.

    In performance: NSO and Yo-Yo Ma

  • He was great at rhythm, marshaling downright funkiness in some of the Spanish dances of the "Rapsodie espagnole," though with a hint of instability that was now exhilarating, keeping things driving forward, and now dislocating, as if the music were about to fall apart.

    NSO offers a gala pleasingly out of the ordinary

  • Tuesday's all-Ravel first half, with "Alborada del gracioso," the suite from "Ma mère l'oye" (Mother Goose) and the "Rapsodie espagnole" offered more thoughts and ideas and timbres in a short span of time than many entire programs.

    NSO offers a gala pleasingly out of the ordinary

  • One moment she was mopping the floors with her balai espagnole... and the next she was lying helpless on the cold wet tiles.

    troisième age - French Word-A-Day

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