Mighty rich flavors for much less money: These global dishes hail from humble but inspired kitchens.
France: GarbureThis hearty peasant stew from Béarn traditionally contained whatever seasonal vegetables were growing in the region. In would go cabbage, beans, potatoes, and turnips—all of which happen to be dirt-cheap in our country. If, like a French rural household might, you can get your hands on a bit of preserved goose, use that instead of pork.
View Recipe: Garbure (French Ham and Vegetable Stew)