Special Sauce


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Special Sauce

A slang term for proprietary information. The term may derive from the sauce McDonald's puts on its Big Mac sandwiches, the recipe for which is a trade secret.
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We flipped over the Maemi dynamite roll ($14)--shrimp tempura, avocado and Japanese mayo topped with baked crab, grouper and Maemi's special sauce.
Love and Special Sauce and a small run of "Build your Own" Boho's that allows backers to customize and create their own branded guitars.
Popular dishes include Special Lamb Kuchi Kuchi which is cooked in the chef 's own special sauce.
The patties are a little thin but there's the famous special sauce that goes so well with 13 pints.
The 500 ml 'Limited Edition Big Mac Special Sauce Bottle #1 of 200' is being auctioned on eBay for at least Aus$23,100 (US$18,000).
The chicken and lamb were perfectly cooked, good quality meat and the special sauce (a mix of may, tahini and chilli) lives up to its name Portion size: The kebabs are huge and made the chips something of a challenge.
I started with Jingha Adhaa, a chef 's signature starter of king prawns grilled in the tandoor and pan-fried with onions and garlic in chef 's special sauce (PS5.
The burger was affordable for bringing the family in or for the young folks who likely spent most of their disposable income on those hot rods: 55 cents bought you a burger with many of the same fixings folks get today, including a special sauce.
The process is enhanced by a chemical mixture Miller calls the special sauce.
It goes with a special sauce, boiled egg or vegetables like cucumber.
Later, Chef Ramadan revealed that he dresses the chicken with a special sauce after grilling, so that it remains soft and juicy.
The ultimate charred Jagermeister burger had three doses of the brown liqueur, Santos noted: in the burger mix, in the special sauce and in the carmelized onion and bacon jam served with it.