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Introducing Aveyron

Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

Aveyron native Michel Bras, master of cuisine du terroir, in his herb garden near Laguiole. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

The headquarters of Forge de Laguiole, maker of the knives for which the town is renowned. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

Market day in Rodez. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

The Milau Viaduct, Norman Foster's cable-stayed bridge across the Tarn River Valley (a 2005 T+L Design Award winner). From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

The Tarn River gorge. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

Statue-menhirs (4,000- to 5,000-year-old monoliths depicting humans) at Rodez's Musee Fenaille. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

Michel and Sebastein Bras's restaurant near Laguiole, in the Aubrac region. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

Pumpkins and gourds in the salon. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

A medley of seasonal vegetables- the gargouillou- one of the chef's signature dishes. From the article Introducing Aveyron
Introducing Aveyron

Christopher Baker

Veronique Bras, Michel Bras's daughter-in-law. From the article Introducing Aveyron

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