The Noir de Bigorre is the black pig from our part of SW France. The breed was almost extinct, but is now thriving again. Reared in the open and eating acorns and foraging in the woods, it's far tastier than supermarket ham and saucisson.
Mamie has been watching too much rugby.
Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts. Available as greeting card as well as on large-format canvas.
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Two old friends stop to chat in under the hall in the medieval bastide of Bassoues. The soft suspension of the 2CV make it easier to lean into the sunroof and see each other.
Seduced by his music, amongst the vines
Reproduced as giclée print in various sizes, some with mounts.
We all know ‘The Laughing cow’ cheese. It’s literally translated from the French brand ‘La vache qui rit’. This cow prefers frying.