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Smith drizzles the ribs with a redeye gravy whisked into a housemade mayo to create a redeye gravy-hollandaise.
Thinly sliced, buttery tenderloin (sourced from Delta Junction) rested in a pool of hollandaise and was topped with perfectly poached eggs, a generous salad of fresh tomatoes, greens and sweet pickled onions.
Another solid starter: crab croquettas with Old Bay hollandaise sauce.
Someone whipped up a hollandaise over the fire, substituting Spanish chervil for tarragon, and another participant asked what size the carrots should be.
Luscious segments of soft-poached and charred leeks are smothered in creamy hollandaise sharpened with mustard.
The brasserie will serve breakfast, featuring eggs Benedict but on croissants, and with bearnaise not hollandaise sauce, plus heirloom Bloomsdale spinach, as well your choice of Paris ham ($18), smoked salmon ($22) or Maine lobster ($25).
Two tiny cornhusk canoes rest on top, each bearing lengths of hollowed baby corn stuffed with tarragon gel, wrapped in guanciale, dipped in Meyer-lemon hollandaise and dusted with bottarga, tarragon and celery.
Guests enjoyed a feast of crabmeat ravigotte, roast beef, and asparagus hollandaise.
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Origin and Etymology of hollandaise
First Known Use: 1907See Words from the same year
HOLLANDAISE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hollandaise for English Language Learners
: a rich sauce made of butter, egg yolks, and lemon juice or vinegar
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