My wife and I spent a couple of weeks with friends in the Cévennes, a stunning mountainous area in the south of France, and got out to every market day in all the surrounding towns. This woman was selling saucissons, dried sausages, from her stand on the bridge at St-Jean-du-Gard, a town visited by Robert Louis Stevenson in his Travels with a Donkey. The sign on her table reads “Nature,” natural. And the saucissons were fantastic!
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