We put a ‘dressing’ on a salad and ‘gravy’ on a meat dish. French people call these additions ‘sauce.’ Yet we call a liquid for pouring over chips ‘tomato sauce’ and even if it is hot and meant for spaghetti it is still a ‘tomato sauce’. I think it is us Brits who are inconsistent in our use of these words.

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