cassoulet

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noun cas·sou·let \ˌka-sə-ˈlā\

Definition of cassoulet

  1. :  a casserole of white beans baked with herbs and meat (such as pork, lamb, and goose or duck)

Origin and Etymology of cassoulet

French, from Occitan, literally, earthenware dish, diminutive of cassolo dish, diminutive of casso ladle, from Old Occitan cassa


First Known Use: circa 1929


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