French Cheeseboard Etiquette

French Cheeseboard Etiquette: A Guide to Serving and Enjoying

Were you aware that the French cheeseboard boasts a history that can be traced as far back as the 15th century? This is due in large part to the fact that French cheeses are much more than a tasty treat….

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Arabica: a noble coffee with a rich taste and aroma!

Arabica coffee comes from a variety of coffee trees that are scattered all over the world. It takes its name from the Arabian Peninsula, more precisely in Yemen. This is where Arabica coffee was first tasted. Arabica coffee is characterised…

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Do you know the history of the Tarte Tatin?

A tart that is eaten right-side up, but cooked upside down, decorated with delicious caramelised apples, the Tarte Tatin is one of the favourite desserts of the French. It is quite simple, but tasty, especially if it is accompanied by…

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What is the difference between a Croque-monsieur and a Croque-madame?

Most taverns offer delicious French ‘sandwiches’ on the menu, in a pan or oven, consisting of two slices of white bread, with a slice of cheese and a slice of ham in the middle. Find out more in this article….

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Le petit salé: dedicated to lentil lovers

A great classic of French gastronomy, the petit salé with lentils does not attract at first glance, yet it is so good! Simmered for a long time in a casserole, this dish is enhanced by cloves, garlic, aromatic herbs and…

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Frogs’ legs, a typically French dish

Frogs’ legs can be prepared in many ways in sophisticated French cuisine and also in celebrity cuisine, such as breaded, simmered, skewered frogs’ legs. Moreover, the French are regarded as consumers of frogs across the globe. It must be said…

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