Why Duck Cassoulet is the Ultimate Comfort Food

This classic French Duck Cassoulet Recipe is slow-cooked beans with vegetables and herbs that are then baked with duck confit …


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  1. I had this many years ago a Brava Terrace in Sonoma county Calif. It was soooo… good. I'm a bit appalled by all the fat on the fat back, so I'll probably resort to bacon. Now I need to find a store with fresh duck. Thanks for the trip into my culinary past.

  2. We love French food but I have always avoided Cassoulet because I am not a white bean fan. You managed to make this look delicious and I can’t wait to try it ????TFS!

  3. Chef, this looks amazing. I know somebody I can get ducks from so I will most certainly cook this. Today I have been cooking down stock for a gumbo. I will cook it Sunday because it’s going to rain all day. Thank you!

  4. I haven’t watched this video yet I just want to get this question out to you first,
    What do you serve for your Christmas dinner? Now on to the video I do enjoy your videos and recipes they are the best! Blessings to you.

  5. I know it's not traditional by any measure, but I make a cassoulet with my thanksgiving leftovers every year. Turkey, usually some roasted pork, and some nice sausages. Great use of leftovers, and stays authentic to the origin of Cassoulet as a 'struggle meal' – made typically by poorer folk to stretch food made throughout the week!

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