This Provencal dishes box from Camargue is composed of:
1 verrine of 180g organic Camargue bull terrine. Taste on a toast as an aperitif or as a starter with a salad.
Ingredients: Taureau de Camargue * (20%), pork fat *, pork liver *, water, eggs *, Camargue salt, pepper *, rosemary *, thyme * (* from organic farming). DMD 48 months.
1 jar of 400 g of PDO Camargue bull stew. Warm up before tasting.
Ingredients: meat of PDO Camargue bull, France origin (48%), water, red wine (contains sulphites), carrots, onions, green olives, black olives, salt, water, thickener (modified corn starch ), tomato paste, smoked pork belly, salt, veal stock (bones, meat and veal fat, water, salt, yeast extract, maltodextrin, animal fat, natural flavorings, dehydrated vegetables (onions, tomatoes), concentrated carrots, sugar, garlic, thyme, nutmeg, pepper). No GMO, no preservatives, no palm oil, no flavor enhancer. DMD 48 months.
1 bag of 500 g of Camargue rice under Protected Geographical Indication label, with the choice of organic long white rice, naturally flavor rice or triade rice (mix of white, red and black rice).
Ingredients: Camargue IGP rice. DMD 24 months.
1 box of 125 g Camargue fleur de sel, Le Saulnier de Camargue, picked by hand in Aigues Mortes, France. Product from the meeting of water, sun and wind, the flower of salt is harvested by hand. A know-how that is thousands of years old!
Ingredients: Camargue fleur de sel
1 Flavored salt mill from Camargue (200 g), to choose from: pink salt, anise and saffron, fig and onion, Espelette pepper, lemon and rosemary.
Ingredients: Camargue salt, herbs, citrus fruits and dehydrated fruits, spices, according to the flavours.
The Regional Natural Park of Camargue is an atypical part of Provence: no relief, but so rich with exceptional fauna and flora due to the irrigation of the Rhone river. This ecosystem is full of migratory birds, from which the flamingo is the most emblematic.
Huge marshy plains are barely trodden by black bulls, a cattle breed that has been implanted since Gallo-Roman times, bred in manades in semi-liberty. They are led by the gardians, mounted on white-gray horses, whose ancient race is also native to the Rhone delta. The Camargue roads are difficult to reach by motorized vehicle.
Salt marshes have been exploited since Antiquity by salt workers in Aigues Mortes. The salt tradition transmits this know-how from generation to generation.
Rice cultivation in the Camargue goes back to the 16th century. Camargue rice, produced from the French soil, is under a Protected Geographical Indication. It has many varieties.
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