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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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The a la carte menu includes boeuf a la bourguignonne, steak au poivre and sole meuniere.
Last weekend the weather was perfect and sitting outside also proved to be a superb setting to indulge in a fabulous Fondue Bourguignonne with the good lady wife, Kathryn, and my workplace colleague, Jalal.
We stayed on in France for a true French delicacy next - a platter of Escargots a la Bourguignonne (Dh79) or snails served with shells stuffed with butter, garlic, shallots and parsley.
J'en vois des traces evidentes des le XVe siecle dans la peinture flamande et bourguignonne.
She shares easy recipes for traditional French country dishes, including Coq Au Vin and Beef Bourguignonne.
AIt's very much an old-school bistro regular, but it never really made the jump across the Channel when its compatriots, Escargots a la Bourguignonne, Soupe A l'Oignon, Steak Tartare and Pot Au Feu managed to.
Colette, the osso buco fan, was happy to find the pork variety ($24) on offer under Other Meats and was happier when a succulent and generous portion of the bone-in delight arrived done to a turn and paired with surprisingly savory French lentils Bourguignonne.
On n'a qu'a songer, pour s'en persuader, au fameux testament du Lingon, qui concernait une fondation funeraire dans l'actuelle campagne bourguignonne.