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  • '''Fry Sauce''' is a dipping sauce made by mixing two parts ketchup and one part mayonnaise. [[French fries]]
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  • ...well as the traditional Full English Breakfast. The exact recipe for this sauce varies from maker to maker but all are a closely guarded secret, similar to ...s the best known and best loved variety but Chop and Daddies sauce are the sauce of choice in [[British]] [[Chip shop]]s. Although originally sold in glass
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  • [[Image:Soy sauce.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The soy sauce aisle in an Asian market]] ...p://www.kikkoman.com/soysaucemuseum/history/01.shtml Kikkoman; Making Soy Sauce]</ref>
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  • '''Sweet chilli sauce''' is a condiment originating in south-east [[Asia]]n cuisine. It is simila
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  • A '''hot sauce''' is a sauce made from ripened [[Chile (Capsicum)|chile]] peppers and water. They are ve There are thousands of hot sauce varieties, but here are several of the most well-known:
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  • '''Tabasco sauce''' is a red [[hot sauce]] made from a special variety of red [[chile (Capsicum)|chile]] peppers by ...anero]], Tabasco-flavored [[steak sauce]], and even Tabasco-flavored [[soy sauce]].
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  • ..."Strawberry Fields Forever" contained Lennon saying the phrase "cranberry sauce" which was interpreted as "I Buried Paul."
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  • ...are often garnished with salt or malt vinegar, although gravy and [[curry sauce]] are more recent, popular accompaniments. However, American style thinner
    3 kilobytes (502 words) - 09:03, 9 April 2019
  • '''Tapatio''' is the name brand of a hot sauce manufactured in Vernon, [[California]]. Its ingredients include [[water]],
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  • ...''' is the name of an oven-baked [[bread]] usually covered with [[tomato]] sauce and [[cheese]], and often with other toppings. While it is a typical dish o * sauce, traditionally tomato-based
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  • ...but can also be served with a wide variety of [[condiment]]s and [[ketchup|sauce]]s.
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  • ...Happy Meals, replacing them with apple slices without the standard caramel sauce, reducing the caloric count to well below 600.<ref>[http://www.sheknows.com ...with mayonnaise and lettuce), the Filet o' Fish (fish sandwich with tartar sauce) and others. There are also various sizes of French fries, sodas, milkshake
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  • ...r heads. The suicide was administered by toxins put into pudding or apple sauce. The members all wore Nike shoes and, after eating the poison, put bags ove
    1 kilobytes (230 words) - 08:51, 13 July 2016
  • '''Fry Sauce''' is a dipping sauce made by mixing two parts ketchup and one part mayonnaise. [[French fries]]
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  • Worcestershire sauce is a traditional vinegar-based British condiment manufactured by Lea & Perr
    1 kilobytes (167 words) - 18:18, 3 April 2019
  • ...[pickled egg]]s. Common accompaniments are [[mushy peas]], gravy or curry sauce.
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  • ...h in diameter. The Big Mac is likewise standardized with two patties and a sauce. Customers have limited choices, but are typically served in less than 90 s
    9 kilobytes (1,337 words) - 09:42, 9 April 2019
  • ...[[food]], such as [[chutney]], [[relish]], [[mustard]], [[ketchup]], [[soy sauce]] or [[vinegar]].
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  • ...ocket of [[pita bread]], with chopped [[salad]] and [[chili pepper|chili]] sauce. It is a popular meal all over the [[Middle East]], where it is called '''s
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  • ...well as the traditional Full English Breakfast. The exact recipe for this sauce varies from maker to maker but all are a closely guarded secret, similar to ...s the best known and best loved variety but Chop and Daddies sauce are the sauce of choice in [[British]] [[Chip shop]]s. Although originally sold in glass
    1 kilobytes (174 words) - 18:33, 27 June 2016
  • #REDIRECT [[Brown sauce]]
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  • The most popular accompaniment are mushy [[peas]], a mild and sweet curry sauce and [[baked beans]].
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  • ...l constisting of meat and (often) potato chunks served in an extremely hot sauce.
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  • ...'' is a variety of [[curry]], consisting of a mild, semi-sweet [[coconut]] sauce based on [[yogurt]].
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  • ...r ingredients varying widely - [[tomatoes]] are a popular component of the sauce in its [[UK]] incarnation.
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  • '''Gravy''' is a [[meat]] sauce made from leftover juices from meat and thickened with [[flour]].
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  • ...rcester.co.uk/</ref> and for the manufacture of the piquant Worcestershire Sauce. This was begun by Lea & Perrins in the 19th century.<ref>http://www.leaper
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  • Common uses for tomatoes: eaten raw in salads, or cooked in pasta sauce or as tomato soup, or juice. Many varieties of tomatoes exist; large sized
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  • '''[[Obama administration]]:''' Cranberry sauce, gravy, Grandma's homemade jam and maple syrup are not allowed in your carr
    110 kilobytes (15,728 words) - 10:32, 28 November 2017
  • ! Name !! Ripens !! Eating !! Cooking !! Apple Sauce !! Apple Pie !! Apple Juice !! Apple
    4 kilobytes (582 words) - 08:24, 26 September 2018
  • ...(bird)|Turkey]], [[corn]] (maize), pumpkins, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce are symbols that represent the first Thanksgiving. These symbols often are ...t the colonists how to cook the berries with sweetener and water to make a sauce. The Indians called it "ibimi," which means "bitter berry." The Pilgrims pr
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  • '''Ketchup''' (also: '''Catsup''' and '''Tomato Sauce''') is a [[condiment]] made from [[tomato]]es, [[sugar]], [[salt]], [[vineg ...y hot), or ''catsup'', a term derived from Asian cookery, a sweet or briny sauce made from tomatoes. There are numerous varieties of ketjap or catsup, none
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  • ...d some food items such as freeze-dried instant noodles, or powdered soup / sauce mixes.
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  • '''Pesto''' is a thick aromatic sauce used in [[Italian]] cuisine, eaten directly with tossed [[pasta]] or as an The ancient recipe of ''Pesto all'Arcorese''' is a special red and pungent sauce who includes pepperoni, fresh ricotta cheese, paprika, powdered ''ossa di m
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  • ...onsisting of hot [[corned beef]], [[sauerkraut]], melted cheese and creamy sauce on rye bread. It is a common item on [[deli]] menus, in part because of its
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  • ...lly combined with egg yolks and various other ingredients such as custard, sauce, [[fish]], cheese, when made as a main dish, or combined with certain [[fru
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  • ...and veges were thrown in a baking dish and cooked to high heaven. A brown sauce helped it along. Potatoes and spinach were common food. Kumara, cabbage, ca
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  • ...in a foodstuff called [[tofu]], frequently used in East Asian cuisine. Soy sauce, made from [[fermentation|fermented]] soya beans, is important as a condime
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  • A typical bowl of ramen consists of wheat noodles in a [[soy sauce]] broth. Usually, it is accompanied by a raw egg, ''naruto'' (a spiral fish
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  • ...to based stock. If served cold, they are accompanied by a side dish of soy sauce based broth, into which the noodles are dipped before being eaten.
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  • ''un sauce de cristal, un chopo de agua,''
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  • ...k]], served with a plum sauce and thin [[pancake]]s. When it is eaten, the sauce is spread in the [[pancake]], and some [[duck]] is put in. It is then eaten
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  • ...ken]]. It consists of [[Tandoori]] cooked chicken pieces in a yogurt based sauce. The origin of the dish is disputed, but appears to have originated among t
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  • ...is a cooking technique used in [[Japanese]] [[cuisine]] using sweet [[soy sauce]].
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  • [[Image:Soy sauce.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The soy sauce aisle in an Asian market]] ...p://www.kikkoman.com/soysaucemuseum/history/01.shtml Kikkoman; Making Soy Sauce]</ref>
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  • ...sterix brought [[tea]] to [[Britain]]), and serve all their food with mint sauce. Belgians are shown as hearty and athletic, consuming huge amounts of beer
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  • ...salt]], and some kind of [[sauce]] &mdash; [[hot sauce]], [[Worcestershire sauce]], or both.<ref name="about"/><ref>http://www.recipehound.com/Recipes/4403.
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  • ...is a [[Russia]]n dish made by cooking [[beef]] fillets in a [[sour cream]] sauce with [[brandy]] and [[shallot]]s. The dish is also popular in the United St
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  • ...f raw [[fish]] carefully cut into bite-size pieces and is eaten with [[soy sauce]]. It is often served with a bowl of rice and a lump of [[wasabi]] and flak
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  • '''Sweet chilli sauce''' is a condiment originating in south-east [[Asia]]n cuisine. It is simila
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  • 2. '''Relish''' is a piquant sauce served as an enhancement of other foodstuffs, particularly [[burger]]s. Rel
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  • ...my (''[[Ragù alla bolognese|ragù]]'', known outside Italy as ''bolognese sauce'' is a local speciality, as is the ''mortadella'' sausage). The University
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  • ...ten served alongside [[sushi]] and [[sashimi]], sometimes mixed with [[soy sauce]] and used as a dip. It may also be added to other dishes such as noodle so
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  • ...ied by ''crackling'' - crispy baked [[pork rind]]); stuffing and cranberry sauce with chicken and turkey.
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  • |Jesus answered, "It is the one to whom I give a bit a bread dipped in sauce." And when he had dipped the bread, he gave it to Judas Iscariot, the son
    123 kilobytes (22,822 words) - 12:49, 26 September 2018
  • A '''hot sauce''' is a sauce made from ripened [[Chile (Capsicum)|chile]] peppers and water. They are ve There are thousands of hot sauce varieties, but here are several of the most well-known:
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