4 Nov 2013

A sausage called Jesus

I hadn’t been to a chestnut festival for a while, so called on Miki who is always good to visit somewhere new (or in this case, re-visit) and headed to the Fete de la Chataigne at St Pons de Thomières in the Black Mountains.  The sausage vendor told us that that sausage is a speciality of Lyon.

Gardiane de taureau is a type of beef stew made from the black bulls of the Camargue - not from those that didn't do well in the bull fights, but in fact from male and female adults who have not participated in bullfighting.

St Pons, just starting to show its autumn colours

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