Cassole

by Pottery Not

The first vessel featured in La Mercerie and The Guild's Dish in a Dish series Le Cassoulet in La Cassole.  Scroll down for Chef Marie's cassoulet recipe for the cassole.

*Featured in the New York Times.

 

Cassole

by Pottery Not

The first vessel featured in La Mercerie and The Guild's Dish in a Dish series Le Cassoulet in La Cassole.  Scroll down for Chef Marie's cassoulet recipe for the cassole.

*Featured in the New York Times.

 

  • Country Of Origin
    France
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Cassole

58 USD
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  • 19cm
  • 24cm

About Pottery Not

The Not family in Mas-Saintes-Puelles, France, has made Cassoulets, a Provincial essential, the traditional way for multiple generations. Cassoulet is a rich, slow-cooked casserole originating in the south of France, and the dish is named after its traditional cooking vessel, the cassoulet, a deep, round, earthenware pot with slanting sides.  These traditional cassoulet bowls are handmade by craftsman potters from the famous cassoulet regions in the South of France, using methods handed down through the centuries by their ancestors.  Made from local, natural colored clay, the terracotta cassoulet has an insulating character (thermal barrier) that promotes slow cooking and uniform heat distribution - it can bear, without risk of fracturing, the heat of an oven or fireplace.

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