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A carbonade is a Flemish dish of beef and onions braised in beer. The word was probably borrowed into French from Italian carbonata, which goes back ultimately to Latin carbō, ‘charcoal’ and referred originally to the way in which the meat was grilled over charcoal to seal it before being stewed.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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