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Things to do in the Languedoc:   Eating:   Regional Specialities

generally the phrase à la languedocienne means garnished with garlic, tomatoes, aubergines and cèpes (mushrooms). A la catalan indicates a rich tomato sause.  Olive oil is a basic element of Mediterranean cooking. Its taste and health benefits are now both widely recognised.

 


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Languedoc Food Specialities.
   



Regional
Foods
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Languedoc