À l' Ardennaise means " in the style of the Ardennes", referring to dishes or food cook the Ardennes way or manner, that is: (1) generally with juniper berries; (2) with game birds, seafood (crawfish for example) and pork; and (3) a dish with Jambon Sec des Ardennes (Ardennes dry cured ham from France) in it. An examples is Côtes de porc à l'Ardennaise (pork with juniper berries); Moules à l'Ardennaise (mussels in the style of Ardennes), Sanglier À l' Ardennaise, etc. Ardennes is a département situated in north-eastern France.

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