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“Mr. Redzepi put Nordic Cuisine on the map with his inventive use of local foraged ingredients; Mr. Bras has focused entirely on his own region, Aubrac in France's Massif Central.”
“If you prefer a rural getaway to an urban adventure, then the small family-run Bras in the Aubrac region of France is just the ticket, run by chef Michel Bras and his family (www. michel-bras.com; reopens April 4).”
“This French gourmet blue cheese comes from the region of Auvergne and the cheese is made from milk of Salers and Aubrac cows.”
“At Michel Bras's restaurant in Aubrac, France, the sweeping landscape doesn't merely complement the cuisine -- it provides the ingredients.”
“Julien Jourdes for The Wall Street Journal One of chef Michel Bras's signature dishes, gargouillou, is a painstaking assemblage of 40 to 60 perennial vegetables, herbs, leaves and flowers, an interpretation of the Aubrac country on a plate.”
“From the chicks to the cows: Axelle wanted to say hello to the bêtes from Aubrac -- a particularly burly race of cows from the center of France.”
“His eponymous 3-star restaurant outside the town of Laguiole deep in the cattle pastures and forests of Aubrac, is about as authentic a slice of la France profonde, the French hinterland, as you can find.”
“Bras discovered sweet meadow flowers growing on the plateaus of his local Aubrac hills that now lend their fragrance to a unique ice cream.”
“But in any event, Ho Chi Minh had lived with Aubrac.”
“In the north-east, between the Lot and its tributary the Truyère, lies the lonely pastoral plateau of the Viadène, dominated by the volcanic mountains of Aubrac, which form the north-eastern limit of the department and include its highest summit (4760 ft.).”
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