carbonnade

noun car·bon·nade \ ˌkär-bə-ˈnäd \
variants: or less commonly carbonade
Updated on: 4 Mar 2018

Definition of carbonnade

: a beef stew cooked in beer

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Origin and Etymology of carbonnade

French, literally, dish of grilled meat, from Italian carbonata, from carbone charcoal, coal, from Latin carbon-, carbo


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