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- n. veloute sauce seasoned with chopped chervil, chives, tarragon, shallots and capers
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The varieties most sold in Paris in the late eighteenth century were vinegars flavored à la ravigotte, with tarragon, mixed flowers, elder-flowers, truffled, and with fines herbes.
When done take off the paper, bacon, etc., and serve with sauce a la ravigotte.
"Cutlets ha la ravigotte or 'ommard ha lamerican, Sir Antony?" the voice of the first footman sounded in our ears.
N.B. -- French mustard is sold ready-made in jars, and is flavoured with tarragon, capers, ravigotte, &c. ONION SAUCE.
Started in 1918 by French wine salesman Arnaud Cazenave, Arnaud's specializes in such Creole dishes as crabmeat ravigotte (sweet lump crabmeat with a Creole-mustard sauce) and shrimp Arnuad (this specialty appetizer features boiled shrimp with tangy remoulade).