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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The Silent Chef is an upscale ingredient manufacturer specializing in Demi-Glaces, Compound Butters, Rendered Fats, Organic Stocks, and fully prepared meats.
The Pizza Demi-Glace is infused with Italian herbs, a reduction of farm fresh tomatoes, and caramelized red onions" stated Chef Adam Idris, of Kitchen Confidential fame and New York's top Pizza consultant.
Demi-Glace a restaurant staple is a rich concentrated brown stock that is reduced for 24 hours until it forms a deep flavored velvety glaze.
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