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Do you like French food?

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Do you like French food?
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>>7131768
Yeah. I used to work for a French company in NYC and every few months they'd have this wine and cheese tasting thing, it was really good and I was able to sample different things. There was this guy there from France that brought in a crepe cooking set, I'm not sure exactly what it was called but he'd make all of us fresh crepes.
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>>7131768

Yes, very much so.
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>>7131768
They also have good taste in other things as well, we hired Cirque du Soleil for a Christmas party. Good times!
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I really want to try out Coq au vin but just haven't a had a chance to try it. One of these days I will.
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Je ne connais pas bien la cuisine fran├žais.
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Si
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Never had it
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>>7131808
Just make it yourself, it a dish every peasant could make 200 years ago.
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>>7131768
no
i hate everything made in france
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>>7132052
But then I wouldn't know if it was correct or not. This may come across as strange but I need to eat it from one or two proper French restaurants so I have a base for comparison to what I can do myself.
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>>7132061
> curmudgeon detected
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Living in MD I don't know shit where to find a decent french restaurant so I never had it before
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The flavor is explosive.
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>>7132071
Or you could make it to your own taste and stop being an elitist. Cooking isn't about following recipes to the core.
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I've only had potatoes au gratin out of a box'
and croissants
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>>7132071
>But then I wouldn't know if it was correct or not

There is no "correct" coq au vin. It was a peasant dish: when you had nothing left to eat but the stringy ol' barnyard rooster then you stew it in wine to make it tender along with whatever veggies you had.
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>>7132097
That's how to live and learn.
Good times.
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