Above: Figs carpaccio with Fiat cheese, dry ham and pine nuts at Le Table 2 Julien, Montaren-et-Saint-Médiers

Since the Gard area of France is still an agricultural region of small farms, locally grown produce stars on menus that change daily to showcase the best of the season. Highlights include asparagus in spring; cherries, apricots, peaches and plums in summer; wild mushrooms in fall; and truffles and game in winter.

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Above: Figs carpaccio with Fiat cheese, dry ham and pine nuts at Le Table 2 Julien, Montaren-et-Saint-Médiers

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