I'm Stephen, I had the opportunity to travel in the south region of France last week and I was impressed by its culture including its cuisine, they still preserve traditional cooking (they tend more not to cook seafood and green vegetables; as far as seasoning is concerned, they do not use heavy sauces but just fresh herbs, lemon juice or vinegar). From my point of view, it’s a good thing since they offer healthy meal, but what I appreciated the most was the terrine of foie gras with bottle of Sauternes, it was just great! What about you? How do you find French food in general?
Waiting to hear from you,
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