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  • adj. comparative form of saucy: more saucy
  • n. In a large professional kitchen, a cook responsible for preparing sauces and for sauteing foods on demand.


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From French


  • If you like a "saucier" pesto, you can add a bit more liquid.

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  • Gwen, who first tasted Hamamori's sushi at age 5 when dining with her mother on a regular basis at Iroha Sushi in Studio City says, "The saucier is the most talented position in the kitchen … very highly respected.

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  • "Friends With Benefits" : Originally rated PG-13; Mr. Timberlake and Ms. Kunis helped punch up the script to make it saucier, ultimately garnering an R rating.

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  • Add the spices to the pan along with the sugar fresh chillies and simmer, partially covered, for another half hour, adding a little water if it seems dry, or you prefer a saucier chilli. 10 minutes before the end of cooking, add the beans, taste, and adjust the seasoning and spicing if necessary.

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  • But it was yet another coverall ready to be ripped away to reveal something saucier; in Florence's case, below the red Lanz nightgown was a gauze-and-glitter gown.

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  • The finished dish should be saucier than mine looks (see notes above about my stock problem).

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  • "It was cool to get to see that part of the character and get a little bit saucier."

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  • The saucy Hauncher and saucier Miracle-Jones are ready for their reality TV close-up.

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  • Obviously, I have enormous respect for her, and I'm fascinated by her work, and I'm not sure a human being could really every get any lovelier, but if you want to know my type, I must admit I like them a little saucier, and a little sillier like Emma Stone.

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  • Variation: For a saucier version, stir in one 14.5 ounce can of diced tomatoes (or 2 cups freshly diced tomatoes) just before putting the roasting pan in the oven.

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