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Cassoulet - Available near Basel?

Are there any charcuterie or other shops (or restaurants) in the Basel area that sell good quality cassoulet?

Not the supermarket tinned stuff but the lovely jars of yummness?
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Re: Cassoulet - Available near Basel?

Cassoulet isn't made in jars (or tins) but from fresh ingredients.
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Old 18.05.2015, 09:01
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Re: Cassoulet - Available near Basel?

Your best bet is to look for a good 'traiteur' over the border in France if you want ready made stuff.
Sorry that I can't help with a specific suggestion for the area but I'm sure there will be plenty around.
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Re: Cassoulet - Available near Basel?

I know of a store at the Cora Wittenheim that sells Alsace specialities, and have seen Cassoulet d'Alsace. I also recall seeing it in the Cora deli section.
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