French Gastronomy

When we talk about France, we have to talk about French Gastronomy.

The French provinces definitely keep their distinct identity concerning their gastronomy. However, regional cuisine and tradition don't often translate into people eating the same way as they did in the past, because the country like the world has changed; cultural intermingling…contributing to a certain degree of unification.

Below you will find WebPages that will help you discover French Gastronomy.

As food is very important in France, a lot a restaurants exist. But when we talk about restaurants, it could be a true restaurant as well as a little bistro lost in the middle of a big town.
Find the explanations that can help you to choose the appropriate restaurant

When you want to eat in a restaurant, there are some rules you have to know…
Here they are!

The French cuisine differs from province to province.
Discover the typical dishes of each provinces.

The wine is a major part of France, which possesses a full range of different wines.
Discover them.

Wine needs very special attention when it comes to storing it. If you don't store your wine properly you are apt to lose some of its taste, and may even get vinegar...
Learn how to properly store it here.

France is well known for its manners and etiquette concerning gastronomy and more precisely the wine.
Here is a page that will give advice on how to serve it.

The French Gastronomy
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