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Brasato al Barolo\r\n\r\n
There is a bit of a contradiction inherent in this homey dish: Barolo isn't exactly a cheap cooking wine. Not to worry: The less-expensive bottles recommended below will produce an equally unctuous result.
Featuring olive oil and the combined herbs and produce of the \r\nsouth of France, this one-dish country dinner will transport you to \r\na café table in Aix in a heartbeat.
Ann Gillespie of Alexandria, Virginia, writes: \"Because I'm balancing graduate school and a family, I try to cook things that don't take a lot of time. But I love experimenting with ingredients, so most of my recipes are easy to make and use interesting flavor combinations. The olives and cinnamon in this stew give it a nice Moroccan flavor.\r\n\r\n
This dish balances sweet and savory with tangy Kalamata olives and golden raisins.