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Saucier's Apprentice by Raymond Sokolov
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Nov 04, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: cooking-food

Awesome compendium of classical sauce-making by a former food critic and accomplished cook. This, along with Peterson's "Sauces", is my standard reference for French derived sauce making. If you have set the goal for yourself of becoming a bad-ass saucier (and there is no higher, or more worthy goal) then this book will definitely help you on your journey.
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