À l’Ardennaise is a French culinary term that has several different meanings:
- cooked in a sauce that has juniper berries or extract in it;
- a dish with Ardennes ham in it (the French kind — “Jambon sec des Ardennes”, as opposed to the Belgian Ardennes ham;)
- dishes made from small birds or crawfish (according to Larousse Gastronomique.)
Ardennes is an area in north-eastern France.