This is slow cooking without the slow cooker.
We love veal and love that it can be simmered gently on the stove-top for an hour and be falling-apart, fork tender.
And, yes, I know I’ve said it before but in order to stave off the … Continue reading.....
Mediterranean cuisine uses a lot of garlic.
The Spanish like it raw, rubbed on bread.
The French like it left whole as in Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic where the cloves cook to a beautiful, smooth creamy purée – just pinch the cooked garlic … Continue reading.....
Veal in white wine sauce is a classic French dish.
It’s also a simple dish to make and an easy one to expand for a dinner party.
Both veal and vegetables are braised, then finished with a white wine cream sauce.
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