Coq au Vin
This dish hails from Burgundy, where rich wines flow almost like water. It is simultaneously a dish of the farm and of the bourgeoisie--a fine coq au vin can go anywhere. Serve with our Baguette to soak up all the flavorful juices. It's also good with the Pommes Anna and a simple green salad. You can use precut chicken quarters--you just won't have the giblets. We've made the bouquet garni in leek leaves, but you can do it in cheesecloth, if you prefer. This dish must be made a day ahead.