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A traditional French dish of slow cooked beef in a red wine sauce, with small onions, button mushrooms and bacon lardons. It’s traditionally named from the Burgundy region in France, where it originated. It’s cooked until the meat is falling apart, and the wine-rich gravy thickens slightly to coat the meat. It’s a comforting, slow cooked dish perfect for mash potato, soft polenta or simply some crusty bread for mopping up the gravy.