Chef Suzanne Goin and her business partner and sommelier Caroline Styne announce Sunday, February 23, 2014 for their popular Cassoulet Night at Lucques, featuring the traditional slow cooked dish of beans and meats that is a classic of Southern French cooking.
The three course menu, priced at $55 per guest features a Salad of Young Greens and Gabriel Coulet Roquefort with Local Walnuts, Banyuls and Wildflower Honey; Cassoulet de Maison with Duck Confit, Garlic Sausage and White Beans; and a dessert of Gascon Almond Cake with Roasted Apples and Prune-Armagnac Ice Cream.
And for those unable to attend the dinner, Lucques will offer a limited number of orders of “Cassoulet to Go.” Each order of Cassoulet de Maison comes in its own earthenware cazuela with instructions for easy preparation. Pricing for the take away is $35 and orders must be received by close of day Saturday, February 15 for pickup on Sunday, February 23, 2014. Call the restaurant to order.
Cassoulet Night at Lucques is served from 5:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m., one night only a year. Reservations are a must and can be made by calling the restaurant at 323. 655.6277 or online at www.lucques.com.
posted by Sarah McCallum