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1) Roux, beurre manie, egg yolks with or without cream, cornstarch and arrowroot are all examples of what?
2) Although the name may sound German, this is an American cheese. It was created in 1882 (1892?) by Emil Frey, an apprentice cheesemaker in Monroe, New York. He named the cheese after a singing society, where the owner of the cheese factory had taken the first samples of the new cheese. It is a cow's milk cheese, with an edible pale yellow crust, and a semisoft, pale interior with a mildly pungent flavor and distinct aroma. Name that cheese!
1) A liaison. A liaison is a thickening agent or binder, used in sauces, soups, stews, etc. The most common liaisons are roux, beurre manie, egg yolks with or without cream, cornstarch, and arrowroot.
2) Liederkranz, named for the Liederkranz Club.
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