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  • n. The hollandaise sauce.

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  • n. eggs and butter with lemon juice


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  • A hollandaise is a warm egg and butter emulsion sauce—not hot.


  • The morning menu stretches from freshly baked pastries to Scottish smoked salmon and cream cheese on toasted muffins, and includes the Pekoe Florentine (£6), where the expected hollandaise is replaced (presumably with calorie-counting yummy mummies in mind) with fresh spinach and a dressing of olive oil.

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  • My gift with fried chicken receiving much attention of late comes as naturally to me as my gift with hollandaise.

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  • Then use them in that mayonnaise you always meant to make by hand, or hollandaise, custard, crème caramel or zabaglione.

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  • Also, the best eggs benedict of my life, with home made English Muffins and amazing lemony bright creamy hollandaise.

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  • The next morning, we ate eggs benedict with truffled hollandaise sauce at the lodge's restaurant, Snaffles, named for a famous equestrian artist.

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  • You get to enjoy your favorite gravy, sour cream, salad dressing, butter, or hollandaise sauce.

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  • Hoping to see how they do it over here, I scampered (waddled, actually; lunch had been a really nice schnitzel with spargel and hollandaise and big boiled potatoes) over to demonstration.

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  • The classic way to serve it would be boiled/steamed, with hollandaise sauce, with some slices of salty ham and boiled new potatoes.

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  • I had a truly delightful bowl of wild garlic soup, and then a giant plate of asparagus with bowls of butter and hollandaise on the side.

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