Warning.. this is a very rich dish! Done with real butter and bacon, but if you want to indulge once in a while this is the meal to try! The original French "coq au vin" was made without the potatoes and carrots and stewed in a pot on top of the stove. The "coq" was usually a tough old rooster and needed lots of cooking time to come out tender enough to eat!
I love rhubarb anything - pie, cobblers or just plain stewed rhubarb. I came across this recipe in an old cookbook my mother used. The cookbook is dated 1945. I was afraid of all the lemon in the recipe since rhubarb is already quite sour but I went ahead and put it all in. The first batch was gone almost immediately and I have made it often since then.
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