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Saucisson en Brioche anywhere in chicago?

jrick | Sep 7, 200409:59 PM     1

Does anyone know where to find a good (or any) saucisson en brioche in Chicago? It's a specialty of lyon I believe, consisting of garlic sausage rolled in brioche dough. Fresh out of the oven with a little mustard it's increadible. Even a place to get a good french style garlic sausage would be helpful, I can make the brioche my self I guess. Thanx.

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