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CHIC Podcast #184: Old-fashioned French Foods

In cooking school we make many dishes that have hard to pronounce names. Sometimes they don’t even have recognizable counterparts here in the states. Today I explore some of the weirder parts of French cooking that are quite delicious. I talk about croque monsieur and croque madame, the financier, croquembouche and many more. I can just taste the duck confit now. Stay with me, have fun and thanks for listening.

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