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“I hope they will cast him instead of Shia Le Bouef a la bourguignonne as Yorick in the Y: the Last Man movie.”
“In the final act Straw narrowly escapes a zombie attack to find Whip making his famous “boeuf bourguignonne” for Betty.”
“I added some along with regular button mushrooms at the end of cooking a traditional recipe for boeuf bourguignonne and was rewarded with a deep, rich gravy and guests who wanted to know my "secret.”
“The cramped lobby smelt of the morning's coffee and croissants, and a hint of last night's bourguignonne still hung on the air, along with the fumes from a cigarette the concierge was smoking.”
“(Paris, 1905); IDEM, Claus Sluter et la sculpture bourguignonne au”
“(Dijon, 1890.) (Memoires de la soc. bourguignonne de geog. et d'hist., v.)”
“Good brasserie food would include steak tartare, boeuf bourguignonne, bouillabaisse.”
“Shepherd and his crew have set out a night of Creole food; country French fare (charcuterie, mussels, braised rabbit, boeuf bourguignonne); German specialties (bratwurst, braised cabbage, sauerbraten, spaetzle); and a comfort food extravaganza (cornmeal fried flounder, fried chicken, wild boar meatloaf, macaroni and cheese and satsuma pudding).”
“Besides its expert rendering of French classics - garlicky escargots à la bourguignonne, for instance, and big, meaty scallops St. Jacques - the kitchen's offerings include vegetarian couscous in a nippy tomato sauce and a Greek salad with a peppy mustard vinaigrette.”
“This would have been my second choice if the beouf bourguignonne were not available, and I'm glad my boyfriend chose to get it.”
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