Entertaining at home does not always mean you have to cook the entire meal. Often times restaurants that don’t normally do full take-out menus offer a specialty of the house that they do offer to be taken away. In the case of my friends at Café Campagne, it is their off the charts cassoulet, which they offer in the chillier months. It is prepared and packed up so all you have to do is heat it up and you are on your way to a stupendously tasty and oh so French classic meal at home. Guests or not. We did this before we headed out to the island last week and had just the nicest cozy dinner at home, just us two. Apologies for the funny angle of the above shot. I started to devour the cassoulet and then realized I had forgotten to snap an image, so the part of the bowl you do not see is missing… My stomach was many steps ahead of my brain at that point. We have ordered this when we have had guests, to rave reviews. They give you some baguette and butter along with the cassoulet, so all we really ever need to do is put together a quick salad and open up a bottle of red wine. Makes entertaining at home on a week night a breeze. Café Campagne at 1600 Post Alley, my neighbor at the Market shop, right down the stairs from us.