Finally, the Spanish have made it!
Today my husband cooked Veau Marengo, which is a kind of mulligan or stew.
It was first cooked at the time of the Battle of Marengo, where Napoleon Bonaparte fought a victory against the Austrians in Italy on 14 June 1800.
After the battle, no food was available and Napoleon's cook had to take what was left in his field kitchen.
Therefore, the ingredients are very common:
Veal, onions, garlic, tomatoes, green olives, mushrooms, salt, pepper, thyme, bay leaves, parsley, olive oil. We had it with basmati rice!