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French Gastronom y
French cooking is famous over the world for its flavour and refinement and it has many styles of gastronomies. In France, people practice diffrents ways of cooking and there are several regionnal's tradition of cooking, so that's why it's dificult to speak of french cooking as one and only unified cooking. So first lets see the different typicals cookings of somme french regions.
Normandie It's the region of cream and butter, Milk and apple are the basic foods of the meals. : Chicken 'vallée d'auge' sole 'dieppoise' : : Apple tart Camembert :
Bretagne The Bretagne's cooking is very vary, rich of shellfish and seafood, butter salt... : Lobster 'à L'armoricaine' St Jacques 'à la Bretonne ' : ' Far Breton' : : Pancake buckwheat
Corse The Corse's cooking is a traditional cooking, cooked meats trade-chestnut-bazed... : Figatelli Chestnut-flavoured : : 'Fiadone' Stew of boar :
Méditerranée Mediterranean cooking is based on olive oil, garlic, aromatic herbs, fish, milk and sheep's cheese. : 'Niçoise' salad 'Bouillabaisse' : : Candied Fruits Grilled sea bass with fennel :
Lyon Lyon, the capital of gastronomy, offers more and more refined and popular regional cooking. Here is some lyonnaise typical specialities : : 'Andouillettes' 'Quenelles' : : Lyonnaise salad 'Bugnes' :
If You come to Lyon you can't miss the 'Bouchons' Those typical restaurants where you can savour lyonnais specialities !!!
There's a famous gourmet competition :the Bocuse D'or, created by Paul Bocuse, a very popular french chef, which takes place in Lyon and various countries around the world, every 2 years.
In The Country of Wine … and Cheese !
France is well-known for being the country of Wine... and cheese. Wine as cheese are part of french heritage and culture, so they're obviously essential for meals ! while eating French usually drink wine and after a starter, a main course, they're used to eat a piece of cheese. Wine and Cheese are matched and complement each other.
I/Wine : Here are some famous french wines as : Red Wine : : ' Beaujolais Nouveau ', who is drunk the year of its harvest at the time of the beaujolais festival 'Haut Medoc' :
White Wine : The 'Pouilly fumé' : The ' Riesling ': The 'Condrieux' :
Festive wine : The 'Cidre' : The 'Champagne' :
II/Cheese : Saint-Marcellin : Comté : Roquefort :
Now lets see how the French eat !
The French are used to taking 3 meals a day : Breakfast in the morning( with buttered bread and milk), lunch at midday and dinner at night. And at mealtimes every buddies of the french family are eating together. Even quickly, the meals take themselves based around a table, in the kitchen or in the living room, sometimes in front of the television, what prevents from discussing.
Usually The diner is a moment of relaxation where the family meets up and share what they've done all day long; and,of course, doing this while savouring a really good typical french meal. French meals are composed of a starter( usually salad ), main course (meat, fish and vegetables) and a dessert ( fruit, cheese, yoghurt,,,)
Against... French Gastronomy... Fast Food
To Conclude Fast Foods are increasing every year in France at the expense of French Gastronomy since the French are more and more in a hurry. So beside The French Gastronomy you can also find famous fast foods such as pizzerias, sandwich shops, chinese restaurant... And unfortunatly french gastronomy is more and more abondoned by the french youngsters.
It was : French Gastronomy By Jihane T and Murielle L
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