Terrine of Biòu is a typical and traditional southern dish. It is made from bull meat "Raço di Biòu" bred in the Aude by the Manade Arthur Naga.
Composition: Biòu bull meat 50%, pork, pork liver, egg, onion, gelatine, salt, pepper, nutmeg, spices.
Serving tip: Biòu terrine is delicious as an aperitif with gherkins or small onions. As a starter with farmhouse bread, toast or with a very fresh baguette and your salad.
Breeding, a passion:
Arthur learned the trade from experienced "manadiers" who have been in the business for over 40 years. A Biòu is an ox or a bull in Provençal. The Manade Arthur Naga is a breeding farm of "Raço di Biòu" following the example of the Camargue culture. These cows and bulls with their "lyre-shaped" horns live in freedom and open air all year round. They graze daily on several dozen hectares, located between Narbonne and Saint-Laurent-de-la-Cabrerisse. This way, they spend their time in a varied landscape of rice fields and its wild nature. Unlike most cattle farms, his cattle remain 'wild' and are only treated during mandatory health checks. Most of the cattle handling is done on horseback.
The cattle are fed only grass and hay, so there is no flour or industrial food supplements! Therefore, the products from the breeding farm are healthy and natural.
For several years now, Manade Arthur Naga has been a member of the first farmers' network of on-farm sales and reception. "Bienvenue à la ferme
Net weight: 170 grams. Total weight: 450 grams.
Duration of durability DLUO: 3 years from date of manufacture.
Conservation advice: Before opening: Store in a cool, dry place away from light and heat.
After opening: Store in the refrigerator and consume within 2 days.
Do you also know Arthur's Bolognese from Biòu? Learn more about the Manage Arthur Naga!