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Carbonnade à la Flamande 

à la flamande — is French for “in the Flemish style,” indicating a garnish of braised cabbage, carrots, turnips, potatoes and sometimes pork or sausages. It's a classic accompaniment to meat or poultry — [ah lah flah-MAHND]

Cuisine: French

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Sub Category: Cooking Terms

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