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  • n. Plural form of carbonnade.


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  • Belgians make their carbonnades with one of their 400 or so beers, a malty, sweet Trappist ale from country monasteries.

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  • A stew of pork spiked with tart cornichon pickles and vinegar, carbonnades is not a dish, but rather a method of cutting stewing meat into good-sized flat, thin squares.

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  • There's seafood, waterzooi (a light chicken or fish stew with cream) and carbonnades a la flamande (beef stew with beer)

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