potager

noun
pot·a·ger | \ˈpätijə(r)\
plural -s

Definition of potager 

: a cook whose specialties are soup, broth, and bouillon

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History and Etymology for potager

French, from Middle French potagier cook that makes thick soup or pottage, from potage + -ier -er

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