Catigau refers to a Fricassée made from grilled or smoked eels fished directly from the Rhône River.Catigau is one of specialty dishes typical of the region of Provence. Fricassée is a dish consisting of fish or meat cut into pieces and cooked in a cream sauce or gravy.

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