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Toulouse Sausage

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Toulouse sausage from Babette's Table in Waitsfield, VT. Four links, one pound. A classic French sausage seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic!

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Babette's Table

Specialty Cured Meats
Waitsfield, VT

Please pull up a chair to Babette’s Table and let’s talk.  Erika Lynch, the butcher and owner, loves to do just that.

Erika learned her craft in the Gascony region of France where her mentors taught her classic techniques for curing meat.  It all starts from using carefully chosen cuts of local meat and adding back just enough fat to make the flavors come alive in slow curing.  This old world craft doesn’t require many bells and whistles to achieve amazing flavor.  For her Saucisson Sec, just salt, pepper, and a bit of garlic are all that is needed. This results in a delicate, mild flavor that will pair with anything on your table.  Just ask their visitors from France who exclaim, “Now that’s France!”, when they try Erika’s creations. 

You will see faces light up at the Waitsfield farmers market where her range of salami is generously sampled. Old world charcuterie including Duck Prosciutto, Coppa and Loma can also be discovered.  And if you are lucky, you may also find the culinary delights of pate, herbed sausage, and bone broth as well.

While in Gascony, Erika and her family cherished their midday meals.  After a full morning of butchering, their mentors would declare, “now we sit, we eat…and we talk.”  They took two hours to do just that, every day.  These were their favorite meals where they learned from and connected with some amazing kindred spirits.

This became the philosophy for Babette’s Table.  “We make everything we do with integrity and generosity, along with the gentle reminder to slow down and really be present with the people you love.”


The best way to cook these is on the grill, but if it's not grilling season, we highly recommend cooking these in the oven for a smoke-free method.

  • Remove the sausage from the refrigerator 10 – 15 minutes before cooking. This will help them cook evenly. 

  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit with rack in upper third.

  • Place sausages on baking sheet (line with foil if you're looking for easier clean-up)

  • Baked for 

  • If you're looking for a crispier skin, you can always sear the outside on the stovetop before cooking; shorten cook time.

Pastured pork, pork fat, salt, pepper, garlic, natural casing


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