January 4, 2006

Le Marseillais

Austinites that frequent the West Lake Farmer's Market might be familiar with Eric and Martine Pelegrin's French terrines and rich pates. One of my favorites was a special mushroom liver pate. No one makes liver, mushrooms, shallots and cream taste better.

The couple has recently started a weekly home delivery service. You provide the iced cooler and they drop off homemade French inspired entrees and sides at your door la Soup Peddler. Entrees are $25 and feed up to 4. Other sides, specialties and desserts range from $4-20. If they don't deliver in your area, you can also pick up.

Check out the weekly menu and place your orders at www.bistrolemarseillais.com.

I've not had the luxury to try their delivery service, being out of their delivery area and all. Until I pick up an order one day, leave a comment or review of the food if you have!

Posted by yi at January 4, 2006 2:31 PM
Comments

Chicken or duck liver? or is it the bigger kind?

Posted by: The Bachelor Cook at January 25, 2006 5:43 AM

Re: question from The Bachelor Cook

Foies de volaille are chicken livers, foies de canard are duck livers and by the bigger kind, I assume you mean foie-gras.

Posted by: Martine Pelegrin at April 24, 2006 5:32 PM
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