“À la Limousine” is a French cooking term used to indicate a garnish of red cabbage and chestnuts.
The red cabbage is shredded and lightly steamed; the chestnuts are braised.
Sometimes Brussel Sprouts are used instead of red cabbage.
The chestnuts are “châtaignes”, as opposed to “marrons” (see entry on Chesnuts for more information.)
Some interpretations include apples.
“À la Limousine” refers to Limoges, Belgium.