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Typical french family dinner

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by HitMan009, Mar 18, 2010.

  1. HitMan009

    HitMan009 Senior member

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    Yes

    Maybe because there is no one single answer. Different people, different regions have different customs

    What is your question then?


    That's fine. I just want to start off with some examples. Tell me what were common dishes for dinner you had growing up in France.
     
  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    That's fine. I just want to start off with some examples. Tell me what were common dishes for dinner you had growing up in France.

    On the top of my head, things my mom used to make often:

    Blanquette de veau
    Couscous with lamb, chicken and merguez
    Osso bucco
    Chicken with creamed mushroom sauce
    Chicken or veal milanese with spaghetti
    Vol au vent
    Sauteed chicken livers
    Creamed spinach with medium-boiled eggs and ham
    Roast chicken
    Leg of lamb
    Grilled or sauteed lamb chops
    Pot au feu
    Steak au poivre
    Moussaka
    Hachis parmentier
    Sauteed gambas and scallops
    Mussels mariniere
    Oven roasted whole fish
    Sole meuniere
    Paella
    Cassoulet
    Choucroute
    Tajine
    Pizza
     

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