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Delicious Sauces: A Universal App for iPhone and iPad presents the Classics of Cuisine!

“Sauces” will not be able to install on a device that has already “The Cook’s Encyclopedia” installed.
The contents of “Sauces” are identical to the Glossary and the chapters “Cold Sauces”, “Butter and Vinegar” and “Sauces and Stocks” from our App “The Cook’s Encyclopedia”.

Béchamel, Béarnaise or Hollandaise sauce, maybe a vinaigrette for salads too: If you can make a delicious sauce in your own kitchen, you have achieved mastery and can thrill your guests. Because sauces often pose real problems for chefs, Buenavista Studio now offers the new universal App, “Sauces”. It explains step by step how to make warm and cold sauces, stocks, flavored butters and flavored vinegars.

– Large kitchen glossary with over 400 technical terms, most of them illustrated
– 49 recipes for sauces and stocks
– 12 recipes for flavored butters and vinegars
– The Kitchen Doctor helps rescue curdled Hollandaise or lumpy Béchamel
– 300 more recipes available via In-App Purchase

The fine art of cooking – that’s the reason for the award-winning “Cooking” App published by Buenavista Studio. This comprehensive work now has an offshoot, the “Sauces” App. It concentrates just on this difficult area of cooking. For our grandmothers knew all along that if you can magically create a delicious sauce for dinner, you have really mastered the kitchen.

The App first presents the “Sauces and Stocks” chapter. The table of contents for these recipes shows the name of each sauce with an initial photo and its preparation time in minutes. The amateur chef will find easy instructions that show how to make a brown gravy for a roast, start a simple Bolognese sauce, conjure up a tomato sauce or prepare a golden curry sauce. The App also presents a horseradish sauce, a thickened tarragon cream sauce and a chicken stock. The stocks section has vegetable, fish and shellfish stocks at the ready.

The universal App gives a list of ingredients illustrated with photos for each sauce, reminds you of its preparation time and notes the degree of difficulty. The photos by an expert food photographer show how delicious the results can look. The instructions for preparation are clear and precise. Each step has a photo showing how the intermediate results should look or when to use a new technique. Your successful recipes can be saved as Favorites or sent by email to a desktop computer.

The App continues with the chapter “Butter and Vinegar”. Culinary experts give advice on how to successfully prepare Basil Tomato Butter, delicious Herb Butter or an extravagant Nut Butter. If a recipe calls for melted or clarified butter as an ingredient, you will learn how to make it.

The chapter also shows how to prepare tasty vinegar dressings for salads. It contains recipes such as the classic Vinaigrette of oil and vinegar, but also Truffle Vinegar, Vanilla and Cardamom Vinegar or Lemon and Rosemary Vinegar.

The universal App is rounded off with an extensive glossary, making it a sophisticated basic reference work for the kitchen. It explains terms from A to Z. There are also cooking-time tables for vegetables, meat and legumes.

Very important: The “Sauces” App is the little brother of our big kitchen App “The Cook’s Encyclopedia”. If you enjoy the quality of the extensively illustrated recipes, you can buy more recipe collections from “The Cook’s Encyclopedia” via In-App Purchase. The following chapters are available:
– Egg Dishes, Appetizers, Salads and Soups (50 recipes + 6 preparations)
– Bread and Desserts (50 recipes + 8 preparations)
– Fish and Shellfish (36 recipes + 13 preparations)
– Meat and Poultry Recipes (51 recipes + 4 preparations)
– Vegetables, Legumes and Plant Proteins (40 recipes + 36 preparations)
– Pasta, Rice and Potatoes (56 recipes + 11 preparations)

Download it here it is (now) free!