Talk:Coq au vin

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Coq au vin is definitely not a soup - it's a stew. The category should be renamed "Soups/Stews" or a separate "Stews" category should be created. Babyluck 15:55 1 Jul 2003 (UTC)


Techniqually, Coq au vin is not merely chicken, it is only the male, or rooster (Coq in French). Otherwise, it would be Poulet au Vin -Random observer