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Cassoulet at The Bocuse Restaurant at The Culinary Institute of America

Legend has it that Cassoulet was invented in Castelnaudary, France during the Hundred Years’ War and helped to fortify the fighting soldiers as they protected the city. One of France’s most beloved peasant dishes, the hearty and classic dish includes white beans, pork, sausage, chicken and vegetables cooked slowly in duck fat. This inviting meal, which starts with an apéritif of Rosette wine, takes the chill out of winter and will transport you to a warm, cozy kitchen in France. Délicieux!

Date:Thursday, Feb 15th, 2018
Time:12:00 pm -
Cost:$59 Prepaid, all-inclusive
Contact Phone:(845) 451-1014
Contact URL:http://www.bocuserestaurant.com/events/#thvalf
Location: Culinary Institute of America
1946 Campus Drive
Route 9
Hyde Park , NY 12538

Bachelor's and associate degree programs offered for careers in the culinary arts, baking and pastry arts. There are currently 2,700 students. Continuing education programs offered for foodservice professionals, all year. 800/285-4627.

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