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Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Piobaire, Oct 22, 2012.
And if so, how long until a law is passed forbidding it?
No. I don't think the French accept English cuisine, and you won't see much disgusting mixed grill in Paris, but the Stilton being made right now is a lot better than the Roquefort, so anybody with a palate would change over. France has crippled its cheese industry by trying to ossify it in tradition and it is showing. I am not sure that the English should crow about cheap ethnic fast food crossing the channel, as cheap ethnic fast food is just more popular in France than it used to be.
That said, if things go much further there will be a law.
At the rate champagne producers are buying up acreage in and around Kent to make sparklers...
I'm actually a little curious about those English sparklers--should've tried one last time I was in London.
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