Often a traditional, home-made product, the enchaud périgourdin may also be sold in pork butcher’s and local gourmet shops. If you don’t have the chance to visit, then order online! Would you prefer to buy your enchaud directly from source? You can! In fact, several farms which produce enchaud will open their doors to you, including the LLC “The Périgourdin black bottom’ which, as well as producing enchaud, uses a local rarity as a prime ingredient: Limousin black bottom pork.
A périgourdine speciality, the enchaud consists of a pork joint spiked with garlic and has the special feature of being preserved in lard.