The Cuisine of Aragon

By: Emely S. (A1A3)

The Region Aragon (Geography)

  • 3 Providences: Huesca, Zaragoza (capital), & Teruel
  • bordered by the pyrenees mountains
  • France to the north
  • Liberian mountains
  • includes planes and some desert
  • warm
  • Location: Spain
  • population came from different parts in spain

this is a picture of aragon its self

Background

Aragon is lightly populated, its been linked with Navarre to its west, Catalonia to the east, the Franklin empire to north and Moorish caliphate to the south. Aragonese cuisine shows very little external influence. The Ebro river valley provides fertile, such as crops of wheat, barley, rye, fruit and grapes. Cattle, sheep, pig, goats and poultry are raised in large numbers. Meat is central to Aragon’s cuisine.

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