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French Coq au Vin 🇫🇷

French Coq au Vin 🇫🇷
By CookUp • Issue #5 • View online
This week we’ll dive into Coq au Vin, the classic French dish of chicken slowly braised in wine. While this might sound fancy, it was originally considered peasant food and featured rooster (hence the name) instead of chicken.
Coq au Vin is a basically a hearty stew served with mushrooms, lardons, and pearl onions. A red Burgundy wine is typically used, though many regions of France make variants using local wines. Let’s get to it and cook up some delicious Coq au Vin of your own.
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Photo by Tara Fisher
Photo by Tara Fisher
“I thought coq au vin was love in a lorry.” — Victoria Wood
Very traditional
Traditional French Coq au Vin
Julia Child's Coq au Vin
Some variations
Coq au Vin, simplified
Italian Coq au Vin inspired by Donnie Brasco
A veggie option
White Beans Au Vin
Next week
Next week we’ll sail to Hawaii and dive into the Poké Bowl. Stay tuned and happy cooking!
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