- a low, boat-shaped container for serving sauce or gravy, typically having a handle at one end and a long, wide lip at the other end.
Origin of sauceboat
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Examples from the Web for sauceboat
Serve them on toasted bread, with some nice gravy in a sauceboat.The Skilful Cook
Pour some of the sauce over the beef, and serve the remainder in a sauceboat.
When quite smooth, turn the sauce into a sauceboat, and it is ready to be served.Good Things to Eat as Suggested by Rufus
Add one-half glass of good Madeira wine, pour half of the sauce over the tenderloin, and serve the rest in a sauceboat.
Put some of the sauce on a platter, lay the chicken on top, and serve the remainder of the sauce in a sauceboat.