Bœuf bourguignonne, a dish from Burgundy in France, is not only delicious, but very easy to make! It's basically beef and onions sautéed in wine.


As always, be inventive.


Chop up the onions. Put some oil in the pan, turn to high heat. Cook until the onions turn golden-brown. Put in the steak. Season with salt, pepper, and basil on both sides. Sauté. You'll want to brown the outside and of course heat up the inside. How much depends on how done you like your steak. I won't get into that. Anyway, don't do it all the way because you'll want to plonk on your wine. And you'll want that to have a bit of time to cook out the alcohol (no matter how cool this may sound to you, it tastes terrible and steak isn't a great way to get drunk anyway). Let this all cook for a bit more, and taste. If you think it's ready, serve it. Finger-licking good.

Of course this isn't the only way and there are far more complicated recipes, but I assure you this one is tasty.