Cottage Soup refers to the Irish meatless vegetable soup seasoned with salt and pepper and a dab of butter, finished with a roux and sprinkled with grated cheese. Roux refers to a base for sauces of combination of fat or oil and flour that is gently cooked and then mixed with stock or milk or whatever is required for the sauce, brought to the boil and simmered.

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