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Description: Berry is a region and former province south of Touraine equivalent to the departments of Cher and Indre. The province is noted for freshwater fish, especially lampreys, wild game and mutton. Specialities are citrouillat and truffiat.
Most frequent country: France
Most frequent region: Berry (Cher and Indre)
See places: French food and cuisine, Indre
See foods and dishes: à la berrichonne, Châteauroux, citrouillat, Crottin du Chavignol, lapin en barbouille, lièvre à la Duchambais, poirat, pompe aux grattons, poulet en barbouille, Pyramide de Chevre, truffiat
See drinks, wines etc: Châteaumeillant