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Recipe: Braised Fish with Thai Curry Sauce

Spicy, fragrant, and silky smooth, green curry sauce is the perfect foil for tender braised fish. Serve it over steamed jasmine rice for a superb dish with the exotic flavors of Thailand.

Recipe: Braised Kale and Turnips

A great, simple way to enjoy hearty greens and root vegetables--braised in our savory Vegetable Stock with butter, garlic, and thyme, with a handful of raisins thrown in for a sweet contrast.

Recipe: Braised Kale with White Beans and Pancetta

This quick savory stew of kale and white beans gets a hit of flavor from pancetta, garlic, and sun-dried tomatoes. It's great on its own or served over rice or polenta. It also makes a delicious side for chicken, fish, pork, lamb, or beef.

Recipe: Braised Moroccan Lamb Shanks with Apricot Almond Couscous

Morocco . . . the gateway between Europe and Africa, and a culinary star in her own right. Although Morocco’s culture has been influenced by trade from Europe, the country has still retained her own flavor by using bold, rich spices. Couscous and lamb are staples of Moroccan cuisine, and this recipe adapted from Chef Steve Chiappeti at Viand Restaurant in Chicago incorporates these two essentials into an exotic braised dish.

Recipe: Braised Pork Shoulder with Fennel and Onions

Fall-off-the-bone tender pork served up with savory braising liquid makes a wonderful supper for a chilly evening. Spoon the shredded meat and juices over warm polenta or mashed potatoes.

Recipe: Braised Rabbit and Cherries in Beer

Belgians are famous for cooking with beer. They also use dried fruits, especially cherries and prunes, in stews. This sweet, rich, and satisfying dish is a splendid example of how cherry beer and dried cherries marry with rabbit or other game meats. The final splash of balsamic really makes the tastes sparkle. Serve it over spaetzle or with boiled potatoes.

Recipe: Braised Red Cabbage with Apples

We hold with the French of Alsace: they prepare their famed sweet and sour braised cabbage with duck or goose fat. Give it a try. It's the perfect vegetable partner for any holiday bird, and you can make it ahead and reheat it.

Recipe: Braised Salmon with Spring Vegetables

A perfect dish for celebrating spring--beautiful pink salmon filets with tender spring vegetables, lightly sauced with savory braising liquid swirled with a little butter.

Recipe: Braised Sauerkraut with Pork

This is our version of Choucroute Garnie, a classic French dish of sauerkraut ("choucroute" is French for sauerkraut) slowly braised with duck fat, onions, and spices in white wine and chicken stock. Smoked pork chops and sausages are nestled into the sauerkraut to cook. The sauerkraut's flavor mellows and absorbs the flavors of the spices, cooking liquid, and pork, and its texture turns meltingly tender. We've tossed in some apples for a little extra sweetness. For a German twist on this dish, try substituting an amber beer for the white wine. No matter how you make it, though, be sure to pass a pot of good mustard at the table.

Recipe: Braised Scrod with Oranges on Fennel Purée

This scrod is elegant and impressive, but simple to make. Orange-scented fish stock with a splash of dry vermouth is spooned over the meaty fillets to braise them. At the same time, the bed of sliced fennel and onions becomes tender enough to purée. The liquid is reduced, orange segments are added, and it’s ready to enjoy. Any mild, thick, firm fish fillet can be substituted.

Recipe: Braised Short Ribs

A great meal for a gathering of friends and family, these short ribs are fun to prepare, and quite tasty. Short ribs are one of the most flavorful cuts of beef. Braise them in a little red wine and our Glace de Viande, along with vegetables, garlic, and herbs, and you'll have a feast fit for a hungry crowd.

Recipe: Braised Short Ribs with Mushrooms

Meaty short ribs, braised slowly with mushrooms in red wine and our savory Glace de Viande Gold, make the perfect cold-weather feast. Serve them up with a side of mashed potatoes, some hearty roasted root vegetables, and a glass of your favorite Cabernet.

Recipe: Braised Shoulder of Venison

This is a great basic recipe for enjoying venison shoulder. A slow braise in red wine and our venison stock, with plenty of aromatic vegetables and herbs, yields meltingly tender meat. If you want to change it up, try adding a little minced ginger or some sauteéd mushrooms or even some raisins and a little cinnamon toward the end of cooking time to highlight the complex sweet/savory flavor of the venison. Serve it over mashed potatoes, polenta, rice, or wide buttered noodles.

Recipe: Braised Shrimp with Pancetta

Looking for a festive but simple seafood dish? You've found it: tender shrimp quickly braised with green onions and crisp cubes of savory pancetta.

Recipe: Braised Spring Vegetables

Welcome spring with this mosaic of bright green, crisp tender vegetables and savory mushrooms accented with mint. Serve it as a side dish for roast chicken or lamb, or as a vegetarian main dish over buttered noodles or polenta.

Recipe: Braised Veal Meatballs

Tender veal meatballs, gently braised in our Demi-Glace Gold, make the perfect appetizer or a savory main dish served over home-style mashed potatoes.

Recipe: Braised Veal Shanks with Mushrooms

An elegant and hearty dish for a chilly evening, tender veal in a red wine sauce studded with mushrooms will wow your guests. Serve it with fluffy mashed potatoes and a glass of your favorite red wine.

Recipe: Braised Winter Vegetables with Butter and Herbs

Perfect cold weather comfort food: hearty root vegetables, fennel, and onion, gently braised in our veggie stock, then tossed with a little butter and chopped fresh herbs. This dish is the perfect side for roast chicken or pork, or serve it up as a main course over rice, mashed potatoes, or couscous--or add more stock to make a warming soup.

Recipe: Bratwursts Braised in Beer

Fresh bratwurst sausages, simmered in beer and onions and then grilled, are known as "Wisconsin's Soul Food." Nestled in a chewy roll, slathered with good brown mustard and served with a side of German potato salad, there's nothing better. We add a dollop of our Glace de Viande to the beer for an extra hit of savory flavor.

Recipe: Brisket of Beef

Nothing says comfort like beef brisket, cooked slowly for hours until it's tender and juicy. The tempting aroma will fill your home and bring the family to the table ready for dinner.

Recipe: Broccoli-Almond Soup

For this elegant, smooth soup, toasted almonds and broccoli are puréed together with chicken stock, a medieval method used to thicken soups. It's simple yet unexpectedly sophisticated with a warm hint of coriander and white pepper. Double or quadruple the recipe and make it ahead for easy entertaining.

Recipe: Brown Rice Salad with Tomatoes and Green Beans

A great summer side dish: Brown rice is cooked in our Glace de Poulet for an extra hit of flavor then tossed with crisp green beans, juicy tomatoes, and a tangy mustard-tarragon dressing. The perfect accompaniment to grilled burgers, pork chops, chicken, or veggies.

Recipe: Butternut Squash and White Cheddar Soup

The tanginess of the cheddar is a perfect foil for the sweetness of the butternut squash in this warming soup. Serve it as a starter or as a main course with hearty whole-grain bread and a salad of fresh spinach, apples, red onion, gold raisins, and toasted walnuts.

Recipe: Butternut Squash Gratin

One of our favorite veggies, layered with apples and leeks and topped with a delicious crust of bread crumbs, Cheddar, and bacon. It might even upstage the turkey on your holiday table!
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