Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Luke Burger loves the coq

Coq au vin (pronounced cock o van, I'm told) is French for rooster with wine. Although traditionally prepared with rooster, chicken works just fine and is more readily available.

Chicken parts are marinated overnight in wine and veggies and then braised in its marinating liquid which makes for wonderfully flavored and tender meat that falls off the bone.

Coq au vin

A word of advice: the recipe calls for one bottle of wine, but you had better use two. One is not nearly enough to submerge all the chicken.

1 Comments:

Blogger ann said...

It's more like "coke eh vaughn".

4:08 PM  

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