Recipes of sauces for meats

Périgueux sauce:

Sauce for game birds, and steaks of meat.


400ml. Veal background

50ml. Of preserved truffle juice

20gr. Chopped truffles

40 gr. Of butter

Salt and freshly ground pepper


Reduce the dark veal background until it has a syrup texture

Add the truffle juice and cook for five more minutes

Add the chopped black truffle and bring the sauce to a boil

Add butter once removed from the heat and add salt and pepper to taste

Shrimp sauce

Sauce for dressing baked fish


20 whole large prawns.

160 ml. Of white wine

100 ml. Milk

4 gr. Cornstarch

White pepper

Olive oil



Put olive oil in a pot and wait for it to warm up

Re-fills shrimp carcasses and heads

Add the white wine when you notice its essence and let it cook for ten minutes

Remove the juice from the prawns by squeezing them to extract all their flavor

Pour the squeezed juice into a pan and bring to the fire in a medium low temperature. For 5-10 minutes

While the juice is cooking, dissolve the cornstarch in the milk and then add it to the juice of the prawns,

Add pepper and salt to taste

Mix the sauce with a wooden spoon while it thickens over low heat

Once it has a homogeneous texture and a little thick, remove from heat and serve.

Remoulade sauce

Salsa to accompany fish and seafood


2 mayonnaise cups

1 cup of ketchup

1 cup red pepper sauce

2 teaspoons of wine vinegar

2 tablespoons of English sauce

3 tablespoon olive oil

1 cup mustard

2 teaspoon tabasco

125 gr. Shredded spicy radishes


Mix the mayonnaise with the pepper sauce.

Add the olive oil little by little, as if it were to make mayonnaise

Add the mustard and beat a little more, add the rest of the ingredients, then beat each one.

Pink sauce

Ideal for seafood cocktail or shrimp cocktail


150 gr. Of mayonnaise

50 gr. Of ketchup

1 teaspoon of mustard

10 ml. Cognac

2 or 3 teaspoons of orange juice

A few drops of English sauce or tabasco


Add mayonnaise in a cup, add the rest of the ingredients and mix well until you have a homogeneous sauce.

You can substitute cognac for whiskey and orange juice for lemon juice.

Scrutinizing the planet Jupiter

In our galaxy, right in our solar system we find a world of infinities of answers and wonders, and among them as I can highlight are the celestial bodies that surround us. One of the great mysteries that is only a couple of years from our own planet, in this we can highlight the gaseous planets. There are two in our solar system; Saturn and Jupiter, because Jupiter is the largest, we will focus this time on this one.

Jupiter is the fifth planet of the solar system, is part of the gas planets and is named after the Roman god Jupiter. This planet is the largest celestial body after the sun, it has a mass 318 times greater than the earth and three times greater than Saturn. It can be considered one of the oldest planets in the system according to investigations.

Jupiter due to its size, is a massive body that is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium, lacks the earth’s crust but possesses clouds in dark bands that produce winds of almost 504 km / h, has a faster rotation than the planets of the solar system, this speed is deduced from the measurements of its magnetic field.

Jupiter clouds are probably formed from frozen crystals of ammonia. The reddish color is one of the most seen shades in the visible clouds of Jupiter but there is still no reason why this color is given but there is hypothesis that it is composed of sulfur or phosphorus. Below these visible clouds, you will find the densest clouds composed of ammonium hydrosulfide and also a denser layer of water. The evidence of the existence of these clouds, is constituted by the observation of electric shocks compatible with deep storms at these pressure levels.

As mentioned before Jupiter is composed of hydrogen, helium, and argon, these are compressed progressively to become a metallic liquid in the depths, below it is expected the existence of a rocky core formed by frozen materials and denser. But it is simply a hypothesis, certainly there are authors who think that the nucleus does not exist, or that it was larger or perhaps it is small but hot.

Jupiter has an extensive magnetosphere shape formed by a magnetic field of great intensity. This field is the largest in the solar system.

The main satellites of Jupiter were discovered by the astronomer Galielo Galilei, by which he is given the name of Galilean satellites. The four satellites are very different from each other and carry each one by name; Io, Europa, Ganimedes and Callisto. But they are not the only satellite, it also has smaller satellites and Trojan asteroids.