I went to the second of the cochon sundays featuring pork specials. I had pork terrine, pork pot au feu, pulled pork with gnocchi, and pork belly gumbo. The excellent terrine, in the shape of a trochon, and the only cooked dish I have had there that could be called delicate was served with a bit of mustard and greens. The pulled pork with gnocchi was big with garlic and an other winner in the heavy bistro style. The pot au feu, which met a pepper pot somewhere, would have been the just fantastic with a lot less salt and a lot more of the deeply flavored broth. It contained peppered ribs, sausage, chunk of braised meat, and great veggies. For me the gumbo was a pass as was any thought of a sweet after all that
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