Herr Otto Partz says you're all nothing but pipsqueaks!
Started by lised, August 24, 2006, 08:50:18 PM
Quote from: CTGFrench cuisine? With snails? Brrrr.... Italy and pizza won.
Quote from: CTGPizza and spaghetti and lasagne and the works completely rule over foie gras. French food is more varied and creative than italian food, but the basic italian brilliancies are just better on the whole.
Quote from: JTKRilke isn't German!
Quote from: Krys TOFF on August 29, 2006, 03:21:26 PMQuote from: CTGFrench cuisine? With snails? Brrrr.... Italy and pizza won.What is good in snails is the butter with herbs that is with it. Snails themselves are tasteless.Same thing for frog legs. Their taste is like rabbit a few, but their main interest is the butter with herbs.Quote from: CTGPizza and spaghetti and lasagne and the works completely rule over foie gras. French food is more varied and creative than italian food, but the basic italian brilliancies are just better on the whole.More varied and creative. That's the point. Eating tomatoes on all recipes (pizza main ingredient, pastes or lasagne sauces) is not my way of life.I like Italian food, don't misunderstand me, but I won't eat it every day.Quote from: JTKRilke isn't German!Really ? Damn ! [quote author =Jacky]German litterature: Baudelaire and Rimbaud are nice poets, but their works are of little importance compared to those of Hesse, Novalis, Nietzsche, G?ethe, Hoffmann
Quote from: JTK on August 29, 2006, 11:17:52 AMRilke isn't German!
Quote from: lisedBut could you eat french food every day?
Quote from: Krys TOFF on August 30, 2006, 10:26:33 AMQuote from: lisedBut could you eat french food every day?Sure. Except pastes once (or twice) a week if you consider them all Italian, even without tomato sauce.My last menus these days as far as I remember them :yesterday evening : baked beans with tomato sauce (ok, not French food, it's UK recipe)yesterday noon : the remaining part of the roasted chicken, with french beans (green long beans) cooked with garlic and parsleymonday evening : pastes with gruyere cheese roasted on the top (we call it "gratin" in French, I don't know if there's an English word for this)monday noon : ham sandwich with butter and gherkins (French spirit of "fast food")sunday evening : pancakes party, with Nutella and Chantilly cream. Children love this. sunday noon : roasted chicken cooked in the oven with salsify cooked with liquid fresh cream (cr?me fraiche in French)saturday evening : pizzas (Oh, damn, some Italian food )saturday noon : beef steaks with french friesbefore that : I don't rememberFor today noon, I have roasted potatoes cooked with onions previously fried, with Strasbourg sausages cooked with them.
Quote from: zaqrack on August 30, 2006, 11:23:57 AMfrom tomorrow: real Italian food in Rome
Quote from: Mislav on September 05, 2006, 01:12:33 PMAll good things:FRENCH kissGERMAN carsENGLISH musicRUSSIAN ruletITALIAN fooDball (sorry Krys:)AMERICAN idiot (Green Day) hahaha