There are quite a few variations of (Beef) Boeuf Bourguignon recipes, this one is on my favorites list and I would love to share it
Category: Main Course Meals (Dinner)
The term entrée (pronounced as “ON-tray”) can sometimes be a confusing one, especially for the world travelers. It is a culinary food term that highlights a course during meal service, but which sort of course depends on where you are dining.
In the United States & some parts of Canada, the word entrée is commonly used to mean the main dish part of a meal, like a roast chicken with fresh vegetables.
However, in some other countries, specifically Europe, it is not uncommon to hear the term entrée used to indicate a first meal course, appetizer, or a starter. This can include hors d’oeuvre appetizer, soup, or simple salad.
When traveling, it is quite helpful to remember the ‘Entrée’ meaning.
Otherwise, you might end up getting your main course as a starter or vice versa. If you are not absolutely sure, you could then always specify “first course” or “appetizer” when ordering a starter, & the “second course” or “main course” instead of using the word entrée at all.
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