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    Quite funny.
    I don't know if you agree with the results.

    http://www.thelocal.fr/20150319/food...-loved-cuisine
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    I would have bet of French Fries...
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    • #3
      French Fries come from Belgium.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_...ulinary_origin

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      • #4
        Other than a few sauces I have found that French Food isn't worth the acclaim imo.

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        • #5
          French toast .

          French's mustard .
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          • #6
            Mmmm, crêpes...

            Not surprised at all on that one!













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            • #7
              These are not real french crepes.Even if they look delightful,the ones pictured are made for the tourists.

              Real ones are made in Britanny and look like these.





              The name is also " galette de Sarrazin".
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              • #8
                ...my favorite French "food" is a nice chilled bottle of Gewurztraminer <Hugel Bros> from the Alsace....
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                • #9
                  That rug really tied the room together

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                  • #10
                    I would have guessed baguette which I like with a bowl onion soup and a Belgian ale.
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                    • #11
                      I can't, in all honesty, say that I'm surprised about what was included.

                      I have to say that I didn't expect fondue to be included as I thought that was Swiss. Perhaps it is just that the Swiss version is superior?

                      Croissants I associate with the victory over the Turks at the siege of Vienna with Polish king Jan III Sobieski coming to the rescue of the Austrians.

                      I expected the French fries if only for the name.

                      For me French cuisine generally means food with a specially prepared sauce. No sauces were included - not even Hollande-aise.
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                      • #12
                        French food the Brits like

                        Given the source I suspect that a certain amount of English preferences in food has influenced this outcome
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                        • #13
                          Love French cuisine, but the portions are a joke. I never leave a French restaurant feeling full. I usually end up at some fast food joint on the way home.


                          Here are some of my favs....


                          Coq Au Riesling over buttered egg noodles

                          Lobster Cassoulet with a French baguette

                          Galette topped with fried eggs and bacon bits



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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Persephone View Post
                            Love French cuisine, but the portions are a joke. I never leave a French restaurant feeling full. I usually end up at some fast food joint on the way home.


                            Here are some of my favs....


                            Coq Au Riesling over buttered egg noodles

                            Lobster Cassoulet with a French baguette

                            Galette topped with fried eggs and bacon bits


                            Is not a French Wine Pres

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Persephone View Post
                              Love French cuisine, but the portions are a joke. I never leave a French restaurant feeling full. I usually end up at some fast food joint on the way home.


                              Here are some of my favs....


                              Coq Au Riesling over buttered egg noodles

                              Lobster Cassoulet with a French baguette

                              Galette topped with fried eggs and bacon bits


                              Riesling Is not a French Wine Pres

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