Chicken Thigh Coq Au Vin is just as good as the original but a lot easier to make with some short cut ingredients as well as using chicken thighs instead of a whole rooster. Which are hard to find these days for cooking. This post is sponsored by Cost Plus World Market on behalf of their blog, Discover.
There are legends that date this rustic chicken dish back to Julius Caesar time, but some dispute it’s been around much longer than that. Julia Child made it a household name with her first cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking and prepared it often on her PBS cooking show. It’s hard not to think of Julia Child when you hear Coq Au Vin.