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Choucroute Garnie

T ITS SIMPLEST, choucroute garnie is a rustic, rib-sticking, country-style dish that puts the focus on the meat. You might not guess it from the name: “Choucroute” means “sauerkraut” in French (the dish has roots in the Alsace region of France). And while there’s plenty of sauerkraut in this dish, it’s not exactly the first thing you see on your plate. Look at those sausage links! Look at that

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