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daube

(dəʊb)
n
(Cookery) a braised meat stew
[from French]

daube

(doʊb)

n.
a stew of meat, esp. beef, slowly braised in red wine with vegetables and seasonings.
[1715–25; < French < Italian dobba]
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de Saint-Remy, my maitre d'hotel, who presided over the confection of that excellent daube truffee which your majesty seemed so much to appreciate.
For mains, try the mouth-watering braised daube of beef with horseradish mashed potato, seasonal vegetables and rich sauce, or perhaps the baked plaice with potatoes, peas, bacon lardons and hollandaise sauce.
Mutien Garigliany, Bernard Taminiau, Noemie El Agrebi, Daniel Cadar, Gautier Gilliaux, Marie Hue, Daniel Desmecht, Georges Daube, Annick Linden, Frederic Farnir, Michel De Proft, Claude Saegerman
So we tucked into a good value PS20pp two-course dinner with wine: chicken liver pate with toasted soda bread and chutney, followed by a Northern Irish slow-braised daube of beef with chips (rather amusingly shaped like pillars from the Giant's Causeway).
That consisted of chicken liver pate with toasted soda bread and chutney, followed by a Northern Irish braised daube of beef in a red wine jus served with chips shaped like Giant's Causeway pillars (pretty cool
Citrus peels are cooked and made into a sweetened marmalade, or turned into thin strips with a zester to season a variety of dishes: lemon zest in a creamy pasta sauce, for example, or orange zest in a daube (a beefy French stew).
I still remember the daube and blue cheese risotto I had there on my first visit 17 years ago.
Daniel Daube of Dan the Furniture Repair Man said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for their furniture repair projects.
Other misgivings included "a serving spoon of beetroots" to replace some fish a party member was apparently allergic to; a daube of cow's cheek which made the author "feel ill" at the thought of eating it; and a lemon meringue pie that "was the tin hat of the meal".
Professor Mike Daube, who chaired the government's expert committee recommending plain packaging, said tobacco companies were "desperate to prevent plain packaging here and internationally because they know it works".
Miller RG, Peterson GW, Daube JR, Albers JW Prognostic value of electrodiagnosis in Guillain-Barre syndrome.
The tobacco industry's desperate legal efforts have failed yet again," said PHAA tobacco spokesperson Professor Mike Daube, who chaired the Australian government's expert committee that recommended plain packaging.