coq au vin

\ ˌkōk-ō-ˈvan How to pronounce coq au vin (audio) , ˌkäk-ō-, ˌkōk-ō-ˈvaⁿ How to pronounce coq au vin (audio) , ˌkäk-ō- \

Definition of coq au vin

: chicken cooked in usually red wine

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Recent Examples on the Web Cafe Claude Tucked away on quite Claude Lane, this French bistro specializes in classics like coq au vin, salade Nicoise and steak frites. Tara Duggan,, "Where to dine while shopping in Union Square," 7 Dec. 2019 Rochambeau, a French brasserie offering fare ranging from coq au vin to profiteroles, is officially opening this week in the Back Bay, according to restaurant representatives., ", a French brasserie offering fare ranging from coq au vin to profiteroles, is officially opening this week in the Back Bay, according to restaurant representatives.," 8 Oct. 2019 After Van Kley left in 2015, Rucker took a more hands-on approach with the menu, pumping the charcuterie program up to new heights while adding playful faux French dishes like a fried chicken coq au vin and a double brie burger. Michael Russell, oregonlive, "Little Bird Bistro will close Oct. 27," 8 Oct. 2019 The brasseries in San Jose (Santana Row), Menlo Park and Larkspur will be celebrating Bastille Day with live music and entertainment and Bastille Day menu specials, including coq au vin, bouillabaisse and petits fours. Lisa Herendeen, The Mercury News, "9 SF Bay Area Bastille Day events," 2 July 2019 The main thrust of the menu is a divisive can-to-table offering, alongside classic French dishes like coq au vin and steak au poivre. Paul Oswell, Condé Nast Traveler, "21 Best Restaurants in New Orleans," 28 Feb. 2018 Steak frites, steak tartare, coq au vin, snails in garlic, and a dessert created in honor of the Paris-Brest-Paris race are just some of the specialties perfected by the capital's chefs. Fox News, "TASTE OF THE TOUR: Paris delights saving the best for last," 28 July 2018 Try dishes like sauteed foie gras with seasonal fruit and balsamic reduction ($22); coq au vin with chicken in red wine sauce, mushrooms and onions ($16); crispy duck confit with lentils, bacon and red wine sauce ($20); or steak frites ($24). Georgann Yara, azcentral, "French restaurants in Phoenix to celebrate Bastille Day," 9 July 2018 The most recent post on the page, a May 10 announcement about coq au vin (a French braised chicken dish) being added to the menu, was bombarded with nearly 30,000 comments as of Monday morning. Daniel Arkin /, NBC News, "This restaurant booted Sarah Sanders, then came the digital pitchforks.," 25 June 2018

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First Known Use of coq au vin

circa 1938, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for coq au vin

French, cock with wine

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11 Dec 2019

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“Coq au vin.” The Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Accessed 18 January 2020.

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English Language Learners Definition of coq au vin

: chicken that is cooked in red wine

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