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Synonyms for gravy

a sauce made by adding stock, flour, or other ingredients to the juice and fat that drips from cooking meats

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the seasoned but not thickened juices that drip from cooking meats


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a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money)

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But even an inner tube would be edible if piled under enough of Cotham's creamy mashed potatoes and white gravy and served with slow-cooked pinto beans.
She loved cornbread and blackstrap molasses, white gravy, melons, "Amazing Grace.
95) with good mashed potatoes and a true southern creamy white gravy.
A delicious supper is smothered potatoes with onions, white gravy and biscuits.
And the company's Good Gravy pizza--which is the same except for the white gravy that replaces the tomato sauce--could only be worse.
This sauce is perfect for creating Mornay sauce, white gravy and numerous other sauce renditions.
Sharing the plate were a soupcon of white gravy, black-eyed peas cooked al dente to preserve their full, earthy savor, and collard greens coated in a slightly sweet, slightly vinegary glaze that brought their natural tartness flawlessly to the fore.