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cassoulet

[kas-uh-ley; French ka-soo-le] /ˌkæs əˈleɪ; French ka suˈlɛ/
noun
1.
a white-bean stew of French origin, often containing pork, mutton, garlic sausage, and preserved goose or duck.
Origin of cassoulet
1925-1930
1925-30; < French < Provençal (Languedoc) diminutive of cassolo earthen pan, dish; see cassolette
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  • The cassoulet of Toulouse was so good that we tried to order it in other towns.

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British Dictionary definitions for cassoulet

cassoulet

/ˌkæsəˈleɪ/
noun
1.
a stew originating from France, made from haricot beans and goose, duck, pork, etc
Word Origin
French, related to casse saucepan, bowl
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