French eating habits
that can be useful for everyone
The French don't snack.
By and large, adults don't eat between meals. Food has a defined time and place (three meals a day, plus coffee and cigarettes). The kids get an afternoon gouter each day after school, and the adults might join them on the weekends.
Herbal tea can curb hunger—and cure a cold
Plain dried herbs like mint, lemon verbena, chamomile, fennel seed, and orange flower and liquorice root are widely available.
Sometimes traditional is better.
When it comes to food, the French are all about tradition and taste, not innovation or silver bullet solutions.
Here is a small list of the best French dishes
for every occasion which you definitely would like to try
This hearty dish is like a sophisticated take on a classic stew. It features cuts of beef cooked in onions and wine with bouquet garni herbs and potato mash on the side.
A roast chicken delivery
French-style roast chicken is typically simply cooked in its own juices, perhaps with a little garlic, rosemary, lemon and thyme, and then served up with potatoes
Escargots is the French word for 'snails', and they are usually served as a starter dish with a sauce made of wine and garlic butter.