Egg Sauce - II

Prepare a Cream Sauce according to directions previously given, and add the yolks of two raw eggs, a tablespoonful of grated onion, a hard-boiled egg, chopped fine, and a teaspoonful of minced parsley.

Espagnole Sauce

Add a small bay-leaf, a blade of mace, and two cloves, to two cupfuls of white stock. Simmer for fifteen minutes. Cook together two tablespoonfuls of butter and three of flour; add the heated stock and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Add one tablespoonful each of chopped ham, onion, celery, carrot, and parsley, with salt and paprika to season. Simmer for an hour, strain, and serve very hot.

Fine Herb Sauce - I

Fry in butter one tablespoonful each of minced parsley and onion. Add to one pint of White Sauce and reheat. Season with salt and pepper, and serve.

Fine Herb Sauce - II

Prepare according to directions given for Brown Italian Sauce, using butter instead of oil and half a cupful of minced parsley instead of the thyme and bay-leaf. Season with grated nutmeg and add to either Spanish or Veloute Sauce.

Flemish Sauce

Prepare a cupful of Drawn-Butter Sauce, take from the fire, add the yolks of two eggs well-beaten, and pepper, grated nutmeg, made mustard, vinegar, and minced parsley to season.

Add gradually half a cupful of melted butter and serve.

Garlic Sauce

Peel the garlic and boil for an hour, changing the water four times. Drain, chop, and mix to a smooth paste with melted butter. The flavour is mild and resembles almond.

Sauce A La Gasconne

Chop together a tablespoonful of capers and a bean of garlic. Fry in olive-oil, seasoning with pepper and grated nutmeg. Add a wineglassful of white wine, a cupful of Veloute Sauce, a bay-leaf, and a sprig of thyme. Boil for fifteen minutes, skim, add another wine-glassful of white wine, strain, and add the yolks of three eggs well beaten. Season with lemon-juice, butter, anchovy essence, and minced parsley.

Geneva Sauce

Brown one tablespoonful of flour in butter, add two cupfuls of thick stock and one cupful of red wine, and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Add two small onions chopped, a bunch of sweet herbs, two tablespoonfuls of chopped mushrooms, and salt and pepper to season. Simmer for half an hour, add a wineglassful of Madeira, strain, and serve.

Gooseberry Sauce

Boil a pint of green gooseberries for ten minutes in water to cover. Drain, press through a sieve, and mix with an equal quantity of White Sauce.

Hessian Sauce

Mix four tablespoonfuls of freshly grated horseradish with an equal quantity of fresh bread-crumbs, a tablespoonful of sugar, and a little salt and pepper. Mix to a smooth paste with sour cream and serve with baked fish.

Hollandaise Sauce - I

Beat half a cupful of butter to a cream and add gradually the yolks of two eggs well beaten. Then add the juice of half a lemon and pepper and salt to season. Place the bowl over boiling water and beat with an egg-beater until thick and smooth. Take from the fire and beat for a few moments. Be careful not to cook it too long.