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About The Saucemaster

I've followed the food show circuit for years, charted the winners, and personally tested the cooking sauces. Though there are literally thousands of items represented at the food shows, I've only selected the top gourmet sauces in their category for your cooking and dining pleasure.
  • Pan Seared Halibut
    Sauce de Mer for Pan Seared or Grilled Fish Fillets

    When you’re looking for an easy to prepare sauce for grilled fish that is out of the ordinary, then this is the sauce for you. It’s an excellent sauce for white fish whether grilled, roasted, or pan...

    • Posted June 25, 2017
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  • Making Garlic Paste
    How to Make Garlic Paste

    Please stop buying garlic paste! When it’s as easy as this, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t make it yourself.  Like most bulbs (most people mistakenly believe it’s a herb), it’s way better fresh. I would go...

    • Posted June 22, 2017
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  • Flounder a la Provencal
    Sauce Provençal

    Classic French influenced sauces can easily make one dream of dining on a hillside overlooking the beautiful countryside. The freshness of herbs and seasonings in this Sauce Provençal help bring out the delicious flavors of fish, chicken, lamb...

    • Posted June 22, 2017
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  • Acetaia Leonardi Saba
    Have you ever heard of Saba?

    We’ve been selling Acetaia Leonardi Saba for years and receiving rave reviews from home cooks and professional chefs alike. What is Saba – a quick review Saba is an ancient Greco/Roman culinary condiment and sweetener made from...

    • Posted June 17, 2017
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  • Which Knife Should You Use?

    Let’s talk knives. Hopefully you’ve made the wise investment in a set of quality knives.  While you can spend less (sometimes considerably less), the difference between a high quality blade and a cheap blade is like night...

    • Posted June 14, 2017
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  • Paella with Saffron
    The Mystery of Saffron Explained

    A Guide to Saffron Saffron is a spice, but not just any spice – it is in fact the most expensive spice in the world. But what makes it so expensive and how can we use it...

    • Posted June 11, 2017
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  • How to Buy Premium Steaks

    Buying a premium quality steak can be confusing and expensive at times. But when you know what to look for in a good steak the selection process becomes considerably easier. Our cooking expert friends at The Rouxbe Cooking School have...

    • Posted June 8, 2017
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  • winter stew in the crock
    Winter Vegetable Stew Dijonnaise

    Dijon is known the world over as the mustard capital of France. To make this hearty vegetarian main course, we’ve combined a rainbow of vegetables simmered in a rich Veggie-Glace Gold broth. It has then been scented...

    • Posted June 5, 2017
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  • Raspberry Goat Cheese Pizza
    Raspberry Goat Cheese Pizza

    This will completely transform the way you think of pizza. A Raspberry Goat Cheese pie flies off the usual tomato sauce path with an un-traditional “white” pizza. Instead for the sauce, we use some Raspberry Habanero Preserves...

    • Posted June 2, 2017
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  • Wine Bottles
    A Guide to Types of Wines for Cooking

    White Wines Dry white wines are best used with poultry, veal, and fish. Beurre Blanc Sauces Sauvignon Blanc Muscadet Reduction Sauces and Pan Sauces Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay Poaching, Steaming, Sautéing, Stir-Frying Pouilly Fume Chenin Blanc Pinot Blank...

    • Posted May 30, 2017
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