Elevages Perigord French Cassoulet in Glass jar with duck confit and sausage Product of Canada 850 g, One
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Delcious Cassoulet, take it from a Toulousain!Dec 16, 2010
By E. Steiner This is definitely a delicious product, very flavor and good portions of duck confit and saucisse de toulouse. I would advise to be careful with children as there will be broken bone fragments in the cassoulet from the duck which poses a choking hazard.
I also would advise buying from Marky's as their prices are far cheaper!
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
yummy but still in the fenceOct 01, 2011
By MrsJjohnson I had this product freshly made at a fancy french restuarant....the jarred version is almost as good. I will have to admit that the congealed fats were a little off putting before i heated it and also how fatty it is in general but the taste is better than your mima from france could ever make! Its good
Its ok, not greatNov 30, 2012
By Mike Rambour I was pretty disappointed with this. Its not bad, just not good cassoulet. I was hoping it would be as good as what I can get in France but its not. Cassoulet is so time consuming to make I was hoping for a shortcut.
5 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Have you seen how geese and ducks are raised?Mar 04, 2011
By Edward Stafford They range freely. They come running when it is time for the gavage. I would not call this torture. Now if you want to talk about torture look at the factory farming of chickens here in th US.