- Preface: With a fundamental knowledge of the variety of sauce making methods available, the chef can make his or her own decisions based on the needs of the clientele, the budget, and style of the restaurant. It is important for a chef to know how liquids, flavorings, and thickeners work and to explain traditional approaches and combinations that will provide the chef with technical guidelines and underlying aesthetic principles.
This text was written by Chef Amelie Zeringue for CULA 222: Stocks, Sauces, and Soups at the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University.
- Culinary Arts
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- William Thibodeaux
- LOUIS: The Louisiana Library Network
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