- Abignades / Abegnades< : Abignades refer to goose or duck tripes cooked with their own blood and Madiran wines. It is one of the specialties of Chalosse of the Landes, in South West France. Abignades are eaten on bread that has been previously fried in goose fat, with slices of lemon. Chalosse which is situated in Aquitaine Region of France celebrates a thriving economy with 55% of the sales market of "Foie Gras" in France and the rest of the world.

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