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Les virtuoses de los angeles gastronomie ont fait davantage pour l. a. gloire de l. a. France que les maréchaux de Napoléon. Ils ont mis à genoux les tsars de Russie, les rois d’Angleterre et les milliardaires américains. Leur histoire est comme l’envers de l. a. nôtre. Aux guerres, aux famines, aux révoltes répondent le bonheur, les splendeurs et les saveurs.Pourquoi los angeles France est-elle le paradis de l. a. desk ? Grâce à son terroir d’une opulence incomparable. Dès los angeles Renaissance, chaque région a sa spécialité, resource de fierté, de rentabilité. Les coquilles Saint-Jacques viennent d’Erquy, les poulardes du Mans, les terrines de Nérac, les anchois de Collioure, les asperges d’Argenteuil, le brie de Meaux. Sans compter Champagne et grands crus.Cette histoire de richesses et de voluptés start avec les moines qui déchiffrent les traités de delicacies du Romain Apicius. Rois et princes rivalisent de fastes. Le Régent impose los angeles fourchette. Les petits soupers du xviiie siècle participent au génie des Lumières. los angeles révolution met à los angeles rue rôtisseurs et pâtissiers au provider de l. a. noblesse. Ils créent au Palais-Royal les premiers grands eating places, ancêtres de ceux que le monde nous envie.Des fourchettes dans les étoiles half à los angeles rencontre de Vatel, notre foremost maître d’hôtel ; Parmentier qui lance l. a. pomme de terre ; Carême, inventeur du vol-au-vent, des petits fours et de l. a. toque ; l. a. Mère Brazier, première femme à avoir décroché trois étoiles au advisor rouge ; Guérard avec l. a. nouvelle food sans oublier ces jeunes best Chef qui rêvent d’être consacrés par los angeles télévision. Cette « Brève histoire de l. a. gastronomie française » dresse le menu détaillé de notre patrimoine precise au monde.

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Google “Austria’s national dish” and Krapfen don’t even register. The papers don’t bother with seasonal donut shop reviews, and Carnival season passes without a single fried-pastry shooting contest. Nowadays, most Austrians will undoubtedly point to the Sacher torte as the national dessert. The cake may be delicious and sophisticated, but how much fun is it? And what challenge would there be in shooting down a flying Sacher torte? Just about every café in Vienna has airy jelly donuts—no longer a seasonal treat—on the menu year round.

As the mud-caked farmhands and salt-crusted fishermen trickled in, they were handed brand-new uniforms, overcoats, even pajama bottoms! They spent four weeks drilling, learning to use their bayonet-tipped muskets, and marching around as if it were the Fourth of July. It all promised to be a grand adventure, and the boys in blue were the toast of the town. In the last full week of training, the ladies of Augusta decided to throw the recruits a party, and since this was New England, the occasion would naturally be celebrated with donuts.

Some settled in Maine, others in northwestern Massachusetts, and others stayed on in the Boston area. Each group must have had some influence on their English-speaking neighbors, eventually transforming the British fritter into that expansive list of varieties found at Augusta’s Civil War donut feast. DONUT MELTING POT Certainly every dough-frying immigrant group that settled in the New World brought its own version of the donut. Some even believe that Native Americans’ fry bread can be seen as a sort of proto donut, A TASTE OF FREEDOM W hen I visited Ellis Island some years back, I was struck by a quote on one of the panels in the former receiving station where so many future Americans arrived.

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