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In French cooking, traditional white sauces are one of two types: those made with hot milk added to a white roux (such as Béchamel sauce or Mornay sauce) or sauces made with hot broth or stock added to a white roux (such as Velouté sauce).
A type of hot sandwich consisting of thin slices of tender roast beef layered on a French baguette and served with the flavorful beef sauce known as au jus (pronounced oh zhoo'), which is French for “with juice” (au jus typically accompanies prime rib).
"Crock-Pot" is actually the brand name for a Rival® slow cooker. The term "crockpot" is often used when referring to a slow cooker, which is a small electric appliance that cooks food slowly with a moist heat that is low in temperature.
A type of sourdough bread that originated in France. The sourdough leavening method actually originated in France and from there, its popularity spread to many parts of Europe and then to the new world and became very popular with the pioneers during the 1849 Gold Rush in California.