Dressings/Sauces

Dressings/Sauces

This marinade is excellent for thin-sliced beef, beef short ribs or chicken, all of which should be cooked on a grill.

Chermoula is a pungent Moroccan herb sauce traditionally served as both a marinade and sauce with fish.

 Japanese cooks use it in soups; as a seasoning for grilled vegetables, meat, and seafood; as a dip; or in salad dressing.

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  • From soy sauce to Sriracha, the evolution of sauces

    What do the fermented meat condiments of fifth-century China and the foam, scents and smoke used in molecular gastronomy today have in common? They are all sauces. Maryann Tebben, head of the Center for Food Studies at Bard College at Simon's Rock and author of Sauces, explains.

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