Wow! Long time no post… Sorry, folks. Life is a little crazy around here right now. This week’s cooking term is:
(According to merriam-webster.com:)
\mir-‘pwä\ : a sautéed mixture of diced vegetables (as carrots, celery, and onions), herbs, and sometimes ham or bacon used especially as a basis for soups, stews, and sauces
image from thekitchn.com
According to some sources, the traditional ratio is 2 parts onions, 1 part carrots, and 1 part celery. All these years, I’ve been cooking with this, and never knew it had a name!