Courtesy of Paula Angerstein of Paula's Texas Spirits
Photography by Andy Sams
This delectable beef stew is native to the south of France and is a great way to perfume your kitchen on a cold winter afternoon. Daube is traditionally made with wines of the region, such as red Rhône. We made it local by using Becker Vineyards Prairie Rotie made with typical Rhône varietals grown on the Texas High Plains. Another great aspect of this recipe is that mushrooms and grassfed beef can both be sourced locally year-round.
For 8 Person(s)