- From French (Wiktionary)
“If you like a "saucier" pesto, you can add a bit more liquid.”
“Gwen, who first tasted Hamamori's sushi at age 5 when dining with her mother on a regular basis at Iroha Sushi in Studio City says, "The saucier is the most talented position in the kitchen … very highly respected.”
“Friends With Benefits" : Originally rated PG-13; Mr. Timberlake and Ms. Kunis helped punch up the script to make it saucier, ultimately garnering an R rating.”
“Add the spices to the pan along with the sugar fresh chillies and simmer, partially covered, for another half hour, adding a little water if it seems dry, or you prefer a saucier chilli. 10 minutes before the end of cooking, add the beans, taste, and adjust the seasoning and spicing if necessary.”
“But it was yet another coverall ready to be ripped away to reveal something saucier; in Florence's case, below the red Lanz nightgown was a gauze-and-glitter gown.”
“The finished dish should be saucier than mine looks (see notes above about my stock problem).”
“It was cool to get to see that part of the character and get a little bit saucier.”
“The saucy Hauncher and saucier Miracle-Jones are ready for their reality TV close-up.”
“Obviously, I have enormous respect for her, and I'm fascinated by her work, and I'm not sure a human being could really every get any lovelier, but if you want to know my type, I must admit I like them a little saucier, and a little sillier like Emma Stone.”
“Variation: For a saucier version, stir in one 14.5 ounce can of diced tomatoes (or 2 cups freshly diced tomatoes) just before putting the roasting pan in the oven.”
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A list of sauces, used in cuisines around the world. Many of these are listed in the encyplopedic tome of French cookery, Larouse Gastronomique.
Be sure to visit Ruzuzu's savory list ...
Words from Mervyn Peake's books.
-with apologies to James Thurber.
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