France has more than 3,000 holidays every year, the most of any country in the world. The holidays are the reason why French cooking has had such an influence on the world. For a country of such size, France has relatively few culinary hot spots. However, if you travel to France, there are a few spots you should go to see the cuisine change from region to region and the types of food and wine open to the public. France’s medicière cuisine (medicine cuisine) – think hummus, bring made from chickpeas and olive oil, and yogurt, there is no question that this is where French cooking meets the world. Also, think again – you are likely to find that the same cheeses are used to make each meal a unique experience in its own right. The pastry is a big deal and is eaten at every meal. The most well-known are crepes, which are found at every meal, but which have spread throughout the entire country. Likewise, you will find that different desserts are served at each meal, although they are generally of the more specific types. At lunch, dinner, and midday, the French will eat a light meal of fish, cheese, eggs, and risotto. The meal is finished with a cheese course or dessert. You will also find that as with lunch and dinner, dessert is served at the end of the meal. Again, on the left is the breakfast from September 2007, a full-grown adult gets about two hours of break, where a baguette, breakfast from November 2007, and lunch from January 2008. The biggest difference is that on January 25th, people really went into a buying mood. Yes, they bought more food and drink than anyone thought, even above their budget. One big difference that day was that people stayed home from work and spent the whole day and evening making food for themselves. The entire process was planned and even seemed organized. The only thing that was different was that people called some of the vendors on their cell phones while others bought over the internet. Before you ask, let me tell you, November 6th is not next Tuesday! I know that a lot of you may have already predicted that the market was going to react to the Paris attacks of 1311, and November 12th, was the big one, but I hadn’t really thought about the impact that these events had on the French market. So, in addition to the travel expenses, the red wine had probably been flowing to your favorite restaurants as well as the cheeses. Below are the average per capita income in various nations. It’s not a perfect world and there are many more affluent than in France ( millionaire’s nations), but if you slept outdoors and had a good night out you would have thought twice before settling for anything less than champagne and caviar. Naturally, the food we ate for most of our history was gourmet, and the pots were vessels for the wine. Today the Mediterranean diet is widely available and is considered to be a healthy one for both diet and lifestyle. Equally, France has long been a haven for people who enjoy a hearty evening out, which is now available year-round. Obviously, these influences have led to the popularity of flambéed dishes, but other than using these flambéed ingredients, the French have largely stayed with the simple, preparation of well-prepared food which is cooked fresh, in season, and with fresh ingredients. They have flambéed famous dishes, including chicken liver pate, various different kinds of fish and beans, and not only the pig but also certain vegetables and cheeses. With that in mind, it is worth noting that the Franchise Classe Burger has emerged as a popular regional delicacy. This burger is a serious beef patty, made of beef, veal, bacon, and sausages. It is said that the creation of the burger gave rise to the creation of the cheeseburger. There are various theories on the age of the cheeseburger. Some claimed that the cheese must have been added to the burger when it was made. Others claimed that the cheese had been added to the burger before that it was made. And still, other people said that the first cheeseburger was made was at the White House in Greensboro, North Carolina. And the answer to “who invented the cheeseburger,” is still a mystery. The design of the cheeseburger is very important. From the meat’s point of view, it is a simple double cut that has two important parts to the bun. edges crosswise. The meat and cheese change the pattyposhoke also have two important components. from side to top to bottom.