Beef, Burgundy Style
This dish is traditional to the Burgundy region of France and was created to honor the region’s world-famous wines. This incredibly well-liked dish gains a unique flavor from the herb bouquet.
Combine the beef broth, flour, tomato paste, and demi glace in a small bowl; set aside.
In a sizable, heavy skillet over medium heat, heat the bacon drippings.
Add the beef and cook it until it is browned all over.
Remove and reserve the beef from the skillet.
In the skillet, stir the sherry wine.
For about five minutes after adding the onions.
Add the tomato paste mixture after stirring continuously while bringing to a rapid boil.
Add Burgundy wine and stir.
Making the bouquet of herbs: In a square of cheesecloth, combine bay leaf, parsley, rosemary, and thyme.
Add a herb bouquet to the sauce.
beef back into the skillet.
3 hours or so, covered, on low heat, or until beef is tender.