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La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
La cuisine de français
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La cuisine de français

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  • 1. B Y: C A N D Y S K R U S E A N D C H L O É K E N N E B E C K LA CUISINE FRANÇAISE
  • 2. L A C U I S I N E F R A N Ç A I S E E S T… • extremely diverse • love of good food in all forms • always made with fresh ingredients everyday • has dozens of courses • other countries have incorporated the food • culture & lifestyle inhabitant it
  • 3. DES CUISINES COMMUNS • meat: beef, veal, lamb, pork • drink: champagne, wine • cheese: more than three hundred kinds - best known: camembert, brie, roquefort
  • 4. D E S R E PA S P O P U L A I R E S • pot-au-feu: traditional bistro dish with a nice piece of beef which is boiled in water with onion, carrots, and leek • entrecôte marchand de vin: steak, served with red wine sauce, butter and onions; includes long french fries
  • 5. D E S R E PA S - L E P E T I T D É J E U N E R • usually lighter than english breakfasts • around eight a.m. it is served • made of fresh bread, croissant or brioche • croissants are usually served with jam and butter • small side portion of ham or eggs compliments the meal
  • 6. D E S R E PA S - L E D É J E U N E R • between twelve and two p.m. lunch is served • red wine is drank during a work day lunch • food choices differ from regions • provence region: mediterranean style - lots of salads with olive oil dressing and tomatoes • northern regions: heavier cooked foods, with more butter and sour cream • eastern regions: uses more sausages and sauerkraut • overall france: custom wine and cheese
  • 7. L E S R E PA S - L E D Î N E R • around seven to seven-thirty is served • it can last up to a couple of hours • three course meals are common • cheese, wine, bread, and mineral water is served • dinner is time to relax and spend time with friends and family
  • 8. LES COURS DE DÎNER • l’apértif: first course in a french dinner • l’entrée: appetizer • le plat principal: main course • le fromage: cheese • le dessert: dessert • le café: coffee
  • 9. L’ A P É R T I F • it is the first course in a french dinner • small appetizers • champagne • indicates the hosts’ pleasure at having guests over
  • 10. L’ E N T R É E • start of the dinner that is presented to guests • basically appetizers • well thought out and carefully prepared • types: cold dishes such as beef carpacio, roquefort flan, salmon mousse; hot dishes such as french onion soup, cheese soufflé, and sole filet terrine
  • 11. L E P L AT P R I N C I PA L • the third course in a french dinner • wide variation of cooking styles, according to different regions • includes meat or fish • served with side dishes of salads, rice, or pasta • wine is served throughout the meal: red wine to go with red meat, and white wine to go with white meat or fish
  • 12. LE FROMAGE • a cheese board is prepared • consists of cheese of varying texture and flavors • accompanied by fruits, nuts, and baguette bread on the side • more wine, of course
  • 13. LE DESSERT • sweet to taste • can be hot or cold • light and small to prevent guests from feeling too full • includes: chocolate profiteroles, chocolate mousse, and apple tarts
  • 14. LE CAFÉ ! • served as a gesture of gratitude and pleasure at having guests for dinner • taken in the relaxed atmosphere of the living room • served in a small cup • accompanied by a square piece of dark chocolate or a chocolate truffle • tea is prepared for guests that do not drink coffee
  • 15. L E S R E S TA U R A N T S P O P U L A I R E S • bistro paul bert: popular for those looking for a piece of old- timey paris • septime: popular for setting the trend of more inventive cooking • chez casimir: popular for those looking for an affordable dinner and the best cheese plate in the city • relais d’entrecôte: popular for steak and fries (only thing they serve) and no reservation policy • chateaubriand: popular for their playful and modern menu
  • 16. MERCI. FIN.

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