Definition of Coq au vin
1. Noun. Chicken and onions and mushrooms braised in red wine and seasonings.
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Literary usage of Coq au vin
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1. Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica & St. Lucia Alive! by Lynne M. Sullivan (2000)
"(One menu translated coq au vin as a sauced rooster.) Since the weather is pleasant year-round, a majority of restaurants have attractive open-air dining ..."
2. Martinique & Guadeloupe Alive! by Lynne M. Sullivan (2001)
"(One menu translated coq au vin as a sauced rooster.) Since the weather is pleasant year-round, a majority of restaurants have attractive open- air dining ..."
3. Parisby Ken Bernstein by Ken Bernstein (2003)
"Closed Saturday and Sunday : Book ahead Delicious gamey dishes cooked in rich sauces (coq au vin, venison, wild boar stew). ..."
4. Daytrips France: 48 One Day Adventures by Rail, Bus Or Car by Earl Steinbicker (2005)
"... jam Consomme clear broth Contre-filet sirloin steak Coq cock, hen, or chicken coq au vin stewed chicken in red wine with mushrooms, onions, ..."
5. Daytrips Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg: 40 One Day Adventures by Rail, Bus by Earl Steinbicker (2006)
"... jam Consommé (F) clear broth Contre-filet (F) sirloin steak Coq (F) cock, hen or chicken coq au vin (F) stewed chicken in red wine with mushrooms, ..."
6. Dominica & St. Lucia Aliveby Lynne M. Sullivan by Lynne M. Sullivan (2002)
"The kitchen turns out good international cuisine such as coq au vin, but spicy Créole meals are the specialty. Try the thick callaloo soup, garlic-laced ..."
7. Panama by Marc Rigole, Claude-Victor Langlois (2003)
"Also featured on the menu are various fish selections as well as a good coq au vin and, to accompany your meal, ..."
8. Romantic Weekends in Texas by Mary Lu Abbott (2003)
"... this is an "urban" brasserie with modern interpretations of such French classics as escargot, coq au vin, cassoulet and classic pommes frites. ..."
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