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Assiette Autour de l’Oie et du Canard

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L’ECLUSE, December 2006 in Paris, France

This full (whole) goose and duck plate includes foie gras, gésier d’oie (gizzard of goose), manchon de canard (duck drumsticks), rillettes d’oie (potted goose meat), and filet d’oie fumé (smoked goose filet).

Isn’t it a perfect example that ” les français mangent n’importe quoi”? (Well, my French teacher said that :p )

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October 13, 2008 at 10:03 am

Blunz’n-Gröstl and Glühwein

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Biomarkt, December 2006 in Vienna, Austria

Blunz’n-Gröstl is an Austrian snack meaning “fried blood sausage.” It’s usually fried with potato, onion, and bacon and served with Sauerkraut (fermented shredded cabbage, served warm).
Glühwein is heated red wine with spices, which (or Punsch) can be found around every corner in winter.

The Biomarkt (organic market) on the historical square “Freyung” in Vienna has the best Blunz’n-Gröstl I’ve ever had in Austria and of course, every ingredient is organic.

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October 10, 2008 at 4:27 pm

Organic Pumpkin Soup

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Biomarkt, December 2006 in Vienna, Austria

The Austrian way to have pumpkin soup is to put pumpkin seed oil on the top to give a richer flavor.

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October 10, 2008 at 10:48 am

Fromages de Chèvres

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La Fromagerie Trotté, December 2006 in Paris, France

This tiny fromagerie is located on Rue St Antoine near the shopping street Rue de Rivoli in Paris. Despite its narrow space, Fromagerie Trotté has numerous choices of goat cheese and other fromages de terroirs (French regional cheese).

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October 9, 2008 at 11:20 am

Macarons

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LADURÉE, December 2006 in Paris, France

Macarons (the dark purple one is 2006 Christmas special edition “mille et une nuits” one thousand and one nights), rose-raspberry cake (rose flavored biscuit, rose petal cream, fresh raspberries),
hot chocolate, and Marie-Antoinette tea (Chinese teas mixed with essential oil of subtle citrus fruit, rose and jasmine flower flavour, scattered with small pieces of dried fruits and honey).

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October 7, 2008 at 10:50 am