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Magazine Archives: March 31, 2003

Down Home France

The isolated Auvergne produces singular foods
Sam Gugino
Issue: March 31, 2003


The remote Auvergne, with its rustic, traditional way of life and mountainous terrain, just might be the last undiscovered corner of France. Yet the sparsely populated Auvergne, in France's Massif Central, produces food remarkable enough to sustain a Michelin three-star restaurant, Michel Bras, in Laguiole.

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