Definitions

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  • noun a stew of braised meat, usually beef

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Examples

  • A glass or two of wine and a Crock-Pot turned cheap cuts of meat into daube Provençal while she was at work; bacon, leeks, and cream you only need a touch of each transformed the proletarian potato into a queen.

    Day of Honey

  • A glass or two of wine and a Crock-Pot turned cheap cuts of meat into daube Provençal while she was at work; bacon, leeks, and cream you only need a touch of each transformed the proletarian potato into a queen.

    Day of Honey

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  • I attended a Monet cooking class some years ago to watch the preparation of gratin dauphinois, peas a la francaise, daube de boeuf, tarragon carrots, and lemon mousse.

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • 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

  • 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

  • If you want whatever it is you're cooking – a stew, sauce, daube or stock – to taste of a specific herb, then always add it at the end, after you've taken the simmering liquid off the hob.

    Food for Fort: Cooking with herbs, tough asparagus and a pan for porridge

  • I attended a Monet cooking class some years ago to watch the preparation of gratin dauphinois, peas a la francaise, daube de boeuf, tarragon carrots, and lemon mousse.

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • Thus, V'lu Jackson stepped off the jetliner from Seattle to find herself craving a fancy platter of Arnaud's daube panée, accompanied by a glass of Bichot Chass-Montrachet (with maybe a squirt of hurricane drops for the zoom that was in it).

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • But as common and familiar as these dishes are here in France, have any of them found their way into the national cuisine alongside the daube and the coq au vin or are they still considered foreign fare?

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