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  • n. Alternative spelling of carbonade.


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  • If the dessert were ANZAC biscuits or a pavlova, the meat course could be a beef daube, or a carbonnade flamande … there are so many possibilities.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • To turn this into a delicious twist on the Belgian classic, beef carbonnade, omit the wine and use your favorite dark beer in place of half of the stock.

    The Food Matters Cookbook

  • Excellent renditions of Belgian classics (waterzooi, carbonnade, rabbit braised in kriek) anchored around food that is cooked with beer.

    Tracking an Ancient Belgian Beer

  • "It has been an ingredient in stews carbonnade, fritters and batters in the Middle Ages, and even used as an ingredient in desserts."

    Fruit Ales, Mixed Cheese, Fromagination and the Common Link of Lucy Saunders

  • Just this weekend, I had a bowl of carbonnade and a beer bottle out on the porch, trying to catch a little natural light, when a new neighbor walked right by, looking dubious.

    Baby Bokchoy Braise

  • We had the carbonnade over noodles, rather than with the suggested potatoes, and there was plenty of the savory gravy.

    Carbonnade: Beef, Brown Beer, and Onions

  • This recipe makes vast quantites of carbonnade - obviously you can halve it, but why, when you can have a great dinner for next week tucked in the fridge?

    Carbonnade: Beef, Brown Beer, and Onions

  • I had intended to buy a couple of six packs, so my friends could drink some with their carbonnade, but it turns out this stuff is really expensive, and I didn't have enough money with me.

    Carbonnade: Beef, Brown Beer, and Onions

  • The beef and beer stew is a Belgian dish, known as a carbonnade.

    Sicily Lands in Wisconsin

  • However, these days carbonnade most frequently refers to a Flemish beef dish from Belgium braised in beer.



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