carbonade


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carbonade

(ˌkɑːbəˈneɪd; -ˈnɑːd)
n
(Cookery) a stew of beef and onions cooked in beer
[C20: from French]
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The main all-you-could-eat courses were moose stew and ziti, caribou balls, jambalaya, venison Bourguignon, ginger apple pheasant breast, moose carbonade, pheasant pie and striper casserole.
Beef Carbonade (Dh79) came for the main course, an intense Flemish-style beef stew with fries.
The acidity of the beer tenderizes beef and is ideal for braising--try it in the classic Belgian Carbonade Flamande.
Its two restaurants are distinct - one serving high-end, modern food, the other hearty local fare such as carbonade.
And you can have a drink, or lunch - we had a delicious Flemish carbonade flamande, a beef and onion stew, made with beer of course - at Domus, a micro-brewery which pipes the beer into the bar from next door.
The beef carbonade at the splendid Caf du Vaudeville above an old theatre is a rich and tender dream dish and, likewise, at the somewhat exclusive Belga Queen, with it's satanic goat's head centrepiece, the meatballs Liege is irresistible.
A A carbonade is a slow-cooked stew or casserole where beer is used as one of the main cooking liquids.
Hang on in there, because the main course features carbonade of shin of Welsh black beef served with mature cheddar and mustard potato gratin with savoy cabbage and carrots on the side.
A dish described as carbonade is beef cooked in which beverage?
That evening, as sunset stains the lake red and boaters pull up to the marina, we dine on crab-stuffed buffalo carbonade at the Floating Restaurant in Hope.
Some of her specialties include lemon Moroccan chicken, beef carbonade and freshly baked sourdough bread.