New Orleans Daube Glacé
Encasing meat in jelly was a popular form of food preservation in the era before refrigeration. New Orleans Daube GlacĂ© is a relic of this era. The Daube GlacĂ© is made from a round roast of meatâ??usually beefâ??that is braised with various seasonings and gelatinous substances. This creation is refrigerated in its stock to form a cold, jellied meat, which is then simmered down to create the GlacĂ©. Daube GlacĂ© is served in many ways, but mainly it is dished up cold with garlic croutons or spread upon cr
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