Want to dive into a french hunter-like winter meal? Savory, comforting, warm and nourishing? This is a hearty french country style dinner. 2 cornish hens were used in place of guinea hen. The hens are roasted and set aside. The cabbage, carrot, and onions are pre-cooked and ready for the lardons, hens and sausage, then simmered together to meld the fresh flavors without blending the dish into one flavor. Wonderful herbs like the giant Le Cordon Bleu Bouquet Garni, garlic, thyme and of course butter flavor the dish to a welcoming winter, blow-off-the-chill platter. It's great. We managed to make over 4 meals with this dinner.
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