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Godard-Chambon & Marrel Duck Confit Cassoulet 980g

A Hearty Standard

The clas­sic cas­soulet by Godard-Cham­bon & Mar­rel uses only the high­est qual­i­ty duck meat sourced from estab­lished breed­ers in the South-West of France.

TAST­ING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR

The cas­soulet is a tra­di­tion­al meal of hearty, slow-cooked sausage, beans, and duck con­fit. The best cas­soulets are slow-cooked for hours in duck stock, toma­to purĂ©e, roux, and a mix of spices until the beans and meats meld into a rich, vel­vety dish. Godard-Cham­bon & Mar­rel sources excel­lent lin­go beans and sausages from Quer­cy for their spe­cial ready-made dish. Of course, they get their duck meat right from farms in the local area, ensur­ing that they have not only the fresh­est, but the high­est-qual­i­ty ingre­di­ents ready for their preparation.

PREPA­RA­TION OR PAIRINGS

Cas­soulet tastes best hot and crisp straight from the oven. Gor­geous all on its own, all it needs is a sim­ple sal­ad for a starter and a few slices of light­ly toast­ed baguette as a side. End your hearty din­ner with a fruit tart or plat­ter of fresh fruit to cleanse the palate.

Wine pair­ings for cas­soulet don’t stray far from the South-West of France. The bright fruiti­ness of a Mar­cil­lac or the robust Madi­ran are excel­lent first choic­es. Both whites and reds from the CĂ´tes du RhĂ´ne are prime selec­tions, as are Mal­becs from next to any region in France. They tend to be more savory out­side the South-West, but any of them will go beau­ti­ful­ly with cas­soulet. If you’d like to stray into Span­ish ter­ri­to­ry, grab a Rio­ja Cri­an­za or a Mencia.

THE DISH OF THE LANGUEDOC

Cas­soulet takes its name from the French word for casse­role, ​“cas­solle”. This spe­cial cook­ing ves­sel was made in a small vil­lage in the area of Castel­naudry. Many dif­fer­ent ver­sions of cas­soulet exist in and out of the Langue­doc, the region of France it orig­i­nat­ed from. It’s said that the dish was born dur­ing the siege of Castel­naudary by the Black Prince, Edward of Wales, in 1355. The starv­ing towns­folk pooled togeth­er their remain­ing food stores for a giant stew that they all could share. Until today, cas­soulet is con­sid­ered a hearty, deli­cious stew meant to be shared by small groups.

Storage Instructions

Store your unopened jar in a clean, cool, dark, dry place. Once opened, you can store the entire jar in the refrig­er­a­tor. It will last up to 3 days.

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