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hollandaise

1841, from French sauce hollandaise "Dutch sauce," from fem. of hollandais "Dutch," from Hollande "Holland."

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  • Belgium may be compared to a hollandaise Sauce with a piquant Gallic flavour.

    This Giddy Globe Oliver Herford
  • hollandaise or Dutch sauce is best made in the following way.

    Choice Cookery Catherine Owen
  • Boil some fresh asparagus, and serve with hollandaise sauce.

  • Dress on a napkin, and serve with tomato, Barnaise, or hollandaise sauce.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • He wanted it served as an extra course with hollandaise sauce.

    The Gay Cockade Temple Bailey
  • It was the hollandaise sauce that had kept her from curling her hair.

    The Gay Cockade Temple Bailey
  • I detest that hollandaise more since she carries about such a casket.

    The Lady of Fort St. John

    Mary Hartwell Catherwood

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