A twist on the Gershwin classic, boue is french for mud .. and these Gascon pigs couldn't be happier.
This cute little chap here appears on almost every menu in the south west.
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Gascons to the left to me, SMSs to the right, here I am confused in the middle with you.
We all know the ‘La vache qui rit’ cheese. But you often see them sorting their rubbish. Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts.
Mamie has found a way to make the most of her chickens' talent at scratching up the soil. It uses less fuel too!
In gascony, the time seems to go slower. More time to enjoy the pleasures of life.
A tisane is an infusion, often herbal tea. This waiter is providing his happy customer with an armagnac, infused with the flavour and colour of the oak vat.
Apples baked on a bed of wafer-thin pastry, generously sprinkled with armagnac. All agree that it is delicious, but is it called a Tourtiere Landaise, or a Croustade Gasconne?