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Monday, October 24, 2005 

How to deglaze

...And no, we're not talking about reviving after your eyes glazed over after yet another Monday morning meeting...

Simple deglazing makes elegant sauce
By Karen Fernau, Arizona Republic.

Seven steps are listed in this simple article after which you will have created a tasty, elegant sauce to go with your chicken, steak or fish.

This actually comes in handy, as I was looking to do this very thing for dinner tonight. I'm looking to make over my dinners a bit with less red meat and more chicken and fish with vegetables.