Alsatian Choucroute Garnie
This rustic peasant dish first drew the notice of French chefs in the 17th century. Choucroute Garnie (French for “dressed sauerkraut”) is traditionally made with sauerkraut, potatoes, onions, sliced apples and a variety of sausages and cured meats braised in white wine. For our take on the Alsatian classic, we upped the flavor with five kinds of sausage – Thueringer, Bratwurst, Nuernberger Bratwurst, Debreziner and Gyulai – as well as bacon and pork belly in a rich pork stock.
Find the recipe here.