demi-glace

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dem·i-glace

 (dĕm′ē-glăs′)
n.
A rich, reduced brown sauce usually seasoned with wine and used as a base for other sauces.

[French : demi-, demi- (from demi, half, from Old French; see demi-) + glace, glaze, heavily reduced sauce (from Old French, ice; see glacier).]
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Although some savvy home cooks had already learned to make their own by reading Julia Child or watching TV cooking shows, the newfound availability of pre-made demi-glaces to consumers more than 20 years ago no doubt did more to transform American cooking than almost anything that preceded it.
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