A classic of French country cooking, cassoulet is a hearty winter dish from Provençe traditionally baked in an earthenware “cassole”, from which it gets its name (and where we also get “casserole”).
My version features white beans and veggies slowly cooked with smoked turkey, chunks of bacon and garlic sausage, in a rich chicken and wine stock, buried under a thick crust of herbed bread crumbs; served with crusty fresh bread.
I’ll also have a vegan version with mushrooms and extra veggies.
#Vegan #GF options available
Add a side salad of organic baby greens +$3
+ soup & fresh pie from the wood ovens at Dufferin Grove
7pm TABLE TALK: Gail Gordon Oliver
Publisher and editor of Edible Toronto Magazine, Gail will be talking about the challenges of publishing a print food magazine in the digital- and food blog-age.
Len Senater is the founder and proprietor of The Depanneur, who happily cooks for his friends and neighbours every Tuesday night.
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