Cuchaule and Bénichon mustard

Bénichon was originally a Thanksgiving Festival during which the farmers thanked God and blessed the harvest.

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Today Bénichon has to a large degree lost its religious connotation and has become a popular folk festival with many culinary highlights – just like the “Chilbi” celebrated in the German speaking regions. Typical for Bénichon is Cuchaule, plaited bread seasoned with saffron, which is served with sweet-sour Bénichon mustard.

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