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“Barbecue sauce, for instance, will run either a spicy 6-pepper “Maximus” blend, or a sweet-sour “Minimus” tamarind base.”
“There was suddenly a foul, sweet-sour stench in the air.”
“Puree in blender and add back to pot to adjust thickness and seasoning including sweet-sour balance.”
“Chef Tony Maws at Boston's Craigie on Main considers it a "smoky, almost sinister substitute for honey" in a vinaigrette, and has also been known to simmer it with cider vinegar and sage for a sweet-sour gastrique for pan-roasted sweetbreads.”
“A typical, and more complex sauce, is a blend of ketchup, mayo, mustard, and perhaps sweet-sour pickle relish.”
“At the high end was a recreation of the Victorian showpiece called lamb cutlets Reform, breaded lamb chops in a sweet-sour sauce.”
“Something really piquant – a sheep's tongue dressed in a sweet-sour sauce – is more satisfying than some bland "diet" food.”
“He shakes his head and tries to swallow away the thought, but it stays there, lingering like the sweet-sour taste on his tongue.”
“Pairing cauliflower with ripe, sweet pears may seem an odd combination until you think about the many happy marriages between other members of the cabbage family and their “sweeties”: coleslaw sweetened with everything from plain sugar to pineapple, and the sweet-sour sauces that accompany stuffed cabbages in eastern European cooking.”
“I often roast carrots with lemon juice exactly for that sweet-sour effect.”
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