Be Merry / 'Tis the season for a drunken chicken
The classic French coq au vin is just the right dish for those days when you begin to feel a nip in the air.
The French word "coq" means "cook" and over the years it became a synonym for cooked chicken. On farms in rural French regions they would breed hens of various kinds, for eating and for eggs. The egg layers lived in ideal breeding conditions, and as the years went by and they could no longer deliver they were killed and consumed by the members of the household. Because these hens were elderly...
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