I’m doing a research paper about the difference in dining in France and dining in America. What are the main differences in the presentation, food, and etc? Anything would help, thanks.
What is the difference between french and american dining culture?
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Answer by littlechef
the fench are the kings of the culinary world. any food culture has something borrowed from french cooking. French food is alot more refined and in my time in french restaurants i can say, that they speak perfection. American food has lost alot of credibility in past years. When you say american food, you probably think of what you would eat if you were at home, but that can change depending on where you live. American food is more of a homey feeling and more like comfort food. french food is extraordinary and very refined. the french seek perfection in their food.