One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of meat) with its own natural juices from cooking.
- ‘It's bad enough having to gnaw on the inedible beef au jus and starchy carrot sticks.’
- ‘On a recent lunchtime visit, I ordered an Alberta beef sandwich served on freshly baked ciabatta bread with caramelized onions, spicy rouille and aged sharp cheddar, served au jus with fries.’
- ‘But although I ordered the most expensive thing on the menu - steak au jus, or whatever - I always failed.’
French 'with the juice.'.
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