Pyrénées Wine and Food

Try this Basque recipe for fava beans. Preparing favas is labor intensive, but the taste of these beans is worth the effort. To the left, shelled parboiled fava beans (the yellow beans in the glass bowl) are ready for cooking.  The brown husks in the stainless steel bowl are ready for composting.

The Corbières is a large wine appellation in France, so the region is apportioned into 11 smaller units, called terroirs.

Read more about wine and food in the Pyrenees region in Pyrenees Pilgrimage.

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