Definition of Sautoire
1. sautoir [n -S] - See also: sautoir
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sautoire
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Literary usage of Sautoire
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Table: How to Buy Food, how to Cook It, and how to Serve it by Alexander Filippini (1889)
"Put a piece of lard skin at the bottom of a sautoire, add one carrot, ... Place the sautoire on the stove, and when the chicory is a golden color (not ..."
2. One Hundred Ways of Cooking Eggs by Alexander Filippini (1892)
"Lay them in a sautoire with a gill of white broth (No. ... Cover the sautoire with either a copper or tin cover, and place in the oven for five minutes. ..."
3. The Picayune Creole Cook Book (1922)
"Put the piece of bacon in the bottom of a sautoire or stewpan, ... Then set the sautoire in the oven, and let the Chicorée cook for ten minutes, ..."
4. The Cook Book, by "Oscar" of the Waldorf by Oscar Tschirky (1896)
"Cut six slices of bread the width of an American loaf and one-quarter of an inch in thickness, neatly pare off the crust and fry in a sautoire, ..."