- n. Plural form of braise.
“For 10 years, Lisa Schroeder, chef and owner of Mother's Bistro & Bar in Portland, has served "mother food made with love": slow-cooked dishes, such as braises and stews.”
“If we're having guests, we'll grill fish, or in the winter we like to do braises—duck, chicken.”
“Have a taste for succulent braises but no time to labor over the stove all day?”
“Dried mushrooms, rehydrated with a little water, stock or wine, are great in soups, risottos, and braises.”
“As Mr. Malouf explained, while cooking at the Dock Kitchen, As the meal progresses, they use herbs in long slow braises, and literally handfuls of herbs are thrown on to the braising dish and cooked for an hour or more.”
“They also thicken braises, stews and soups and are warming and comforting.”
“Even in lighter vintages like '06 and '07 it's a pretty big wine, requiring red meat or braises to balance its power.”
“Slow-simmered braises are all made from the so-called "lesser" cuts — oxtail, shoulder, neck, short rib, brisket, belly, shank.”
“Now that fall is here I have been craving long cooking, hearty dishes like braises and stews.”
“The more batches the lu braises, the tastier it becomes.”
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