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The Only Foods You Need to Eat in France

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Rustic cassoulet

Cassoulet comes from the Languedoc region, in the southwest of France. The dish takes its name from the “cassole”‘ dish it is cooked in, a large earthenware pot left to simmer gently for many hours.

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French onion soup

This classic soup recipe first appeared in France during the 18th century. According to local folklore, King Louis XV was staying at his hunting lodge when he became really hungry.

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Soufflé

Soufflé is made with beaten egg whites. When these are baked in the oven, the air inside the egg whites expands and the mixture becomes incredibly light and fluffy.

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Boeuf bourguignon

Like many famous French dishes, the recipe for boeuf bourguignon was invented during the Middle Ages as way to make tough pieces of beef more edible

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Coq au vin

This delicious casserole that tastes so good with the addition of local herbs has long  been a good way to cook an old rooster! The recipe can be traced from Roman times.

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Ratatouille

The dish gets its name from two French words – rata meaning “casserole” and the verb touiller meaning “to stir.”

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Tarte tatin

Tarte tatin is a delicious upside-down fruit tart containing caramelized apples. Considered one of the best French foods, it was given its name by the sisters who invented the recipe.

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