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Top 10 French foods – with recipes

Top 10 French foods – with recipes Author Christian Lapper of Expatica says “French food is known around the world for its finesse and flavor, but how can you recreate these tastes at home? Bring that certain je ne sais quoi to your home with these top 10 French foods – with recipes. French food relies on…

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February 27, 2020

A food lover’s guide to southern France

A food lover’s guide to southern France Booking.com says “It may come as a surprise to hear that according to the French, Lyon, not Paris, is the culinary capital of France. Less surprisingly, cheese and meat specialities play a starring role, and a central dish is Aligot; a fondue-like dish, consisting of nutty Tomme d’Auvergne…

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February 26, 2020

14 Recipes to Make Frittata

14 Recipes to Make Frittata Simple Tasty Recipes says “When it comes to food to prepare, when many people hear the word frittata, chances are they think that it is a difficult dish and they shy away from making it. However, frittatas are actually really simple. While the dish seems like it is complex it…

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February 25, 2020

10 French food specialties you absolutely have to try in Paris

10 French food specialties you absolutely have to try in Paris Authors Anna and Jordan of Discover Walks Blog says ” Whenever we travel to a new city, we are looking forward to trying its food specialties. That’s why I’m sharing with you my top 10 French food specialties you absolutely have to try in Paris!…

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February 24, 2020

French Cuisine Is Making a Comeback: Here’s Le Skinny on New French Dishes

French Cuisine Is Making a Comeback: Here’s Le Skinny on New French Dishes Author JACQUELINE RAPOSO of Lunch Rush says “Classic French food is making a huge comeback in the United States. American favorites like waffles and barbecue will never fall and new global trends are taking root daily, but it’s time to get reacquainted…

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February 23, 2020

Some Thoughts on French Cuisine

Some Thoughts on French Cuisine Author David Lebovitz says “French cuisine is, once again, a popular topic of discussion these days. Actually, anything controversial about France seems to foster a lot of heated debates. On one side are the folks decrying French-bashing, complaining that the French are unfairly picked on. Then there are the others…

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February 21, 2020

The State of French Cuisine

The State of French Cuisine Food & Wine Says “French gastronomy is in crisis. “And crisis is just what we need,” declares François Simon, food critic for Le Figaro, one of France’s leading newspapers. He offers a signature fatigued smile, then explains: “Crisis might make us better understand who we are.” Anyone who follows food news…

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February 20, 2020

How French Cuisine Took Over the World

How French Cuisine Took Over the World Author Henry Notaker of Literary Hub says “Geographically, the first steps in the diffusion of printed culinary texts go from Italy to other countries in Europe. Platina’s Latin book, De honesta voluptate, first printed in Rome (ca. 1470), Venice (1475), and Cividale del Friuli (1480), soon went to…

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February 19, 2020

Food in France

Food in France Author Barbara Diggs of International Living says “For millions of people around the globe, there’s simply nothing better than French cuisine. Ask French foodies about their favorite dish and you can expect a tortured monologue that can last for ages: “A juicy magret de canard! No, no… a simple onion soup! But,…

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February 17, 2020

The rise and fall of French cuisine

The rise and fall of French cuisine Author Wendell Steavenson of the Guardian says “In 2006, after years reporting in the Middle East, I moved to Paris. It was an accidental choice, the serendipity of a sublet through a friend of a friend. It was meant to be temporary; at the time I was just…

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February 16, 2020