bourguignon


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bourguignon

(ˈbɜːɡɪnˌjɒn; French burɡiɲɔ̃) or

bourguignonne

n
a sauce made with red wine, onions, and seasoning
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Noun1.bourguignon - reduced red wine with onions and parsley and thyme and butter
sauce - flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food
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Next time, I plan to try the Wagyu beef cheeks Bourguignon, ox tongue Bordelaise and French Bouillabaisse.
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Among the tasty treats in Ann's prize pack are speciality sausages from Fergusons'extensive range, including beef bourguignon, chilli and chocolate and piri piri, as well as gluten-free options.
Serve with rustic soups, boeuf bourguignon or saucissons aux pommes.
Taste the Difference Beef Bourguignon in a rich red wine jus (500g), Sainsbury's, was PS6, now PS5.
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