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sauce boat

n
(Cookery) another term for gravy boat
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sauce boat

nsalsiera
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It would, I think, have benefited from the inclusion of at least some social history--after all, contemporary viewers may not fully understand why tea was then considered 'exotic', or how sauce boats were used (the very questions I overheard during my own visit).
Vaguely European and intentionally fancy, the food arrived from the kitchen beneath polished silver domes, accompanied by rich sauces in silver sauce boats, and occasionally by tableside theatrics performed by waiters in red dinner jackets.
Adapt teapots, sauce boats, buckets or bottles into alternative containers.
In its heyday, the factory made tens of thousandsof candlesticks, plates, sauce boats and trinkets for Victorian and Edwardian households.
The author tells of the items that are in Frederico II's plate inventory of 1540-1542 to be used in banquets, which included "basins, ewers, salvers, sauce boats, fruit dishes, drinking cups, candlesticks, food warmers, salts, pails, confection dishes, wine coolers, spoons, forks, and other accoutrements [sic]" (42).
A yellowy green is another colour found on this desirable porcelain, and innumerable leaf shaped dishes and sauce boats were produced, with overlapping leaves.
Serve the bird whole or carved with a sprig of watercress, and in separate sauce boats serve the gravy, bread sauce and redcurrant jelly and some kettle crisps warmed through in the oven
In its heyday, the factory made tens of thousands of candlesticks, plates, sauce boats and trinkets for Victorian and Edwardian households.
The business is one of the last remaining silversmiths in the Jewellery Quarter and still produces silverware including condiment sets, sauce boats and decanter ladles.
There are the usual silver tea sets, an unusual Victorian snuff box with a military inscription pounds 600 - pounds 1000, silver salvers, sauce boats, goblets, inkwells, tea caddies, wine labels, rattles and much more beyond to suit all budgets.
It dates from 1758-60Porringers, Sauce Boats, Basons, and Ewers, Ice-Pails, Tureens, Dishes and Plates of different Forms and Patterns and of a great Variety of pieces for ornament in a Taste entirely new.
The advertisement read: 'The Manufacturer of China Ware at Chelsea takes the liberty to aquaint the Publick, that he has been employed since his last Sale in making a considerable parcel, of which the Assortments are so far advanced, that he hopes to be in a Condition to offer it to Sale in the Month of March next; it will consist of a variety of Services for Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Porringers, Sauce Boats, Basons, and Ewers, Ice-Pails, Tureens, Dishes and Plates of different Forms and Patterns, and of a great Variety of pieces for ornament in a Taste entirely new'.