Wonderful French cuisine

Wonderful French cuisine

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Awesome French Cuisine photos! All pictures are chosen carefully and HD. You will definitely find the one like.
This is a free game about cuisine, specifically designed for French dishes fans.Through the game, not only can you enrich the knowledge but also cultivate one's observation. You can set the images as wallpaper, and share happy with your friends by social network.
Great puzzle.If you love the food, you'll love this!

Features
*friendly user interface
*view lots of food photos/wallpapers
*set image as wallpaper
*save/view photos
*share photos(facebook,twitter,MMS)
*tablet support

Application is free,it does not promote paid version of this app,the only way to support future development is to include ads.Please treat that with understanding.

French Cuisine tips:
French cuisine refers to cooking traditions and practices originating from France.During Medieval France, French cuisine was heavily influenced by Italian cuisine.French cuisine was codified in the 20th century by Escoffier to become the modern haute cuisine.Knowledge of French cooking has contributed significantly to Western cuisines and its criteria are used widely in Western cookery school boards and culinary education.
French regional cuisines use locally grown vegetables, such as pomme de terre (potato), blé (wheat), haricots verts (a type of French green bean), carotte (carrot), poireau (leek), navet (turnip), aubergine (eggplant), courgette (zucchini), and échalotte (shallot).
French regional cuisines use locally grown fungi, such as truffe (truffle), champignon de Paris (button mushroom), chanterelle ou girolle (chanterelle), pleurote (en huître) (oyster mushrooms), and cèpes (porcini).
Common fruits include oranges, tomatoes, tangerines, peaches, apricots, apples, pears, plums, cherries, strawberries, raspberries, redcurrants, blackberries, grapes, grapefruit, and blackcurrants.
Varieties of meat consumed include poulet (chicken), pigeon (squab), dinde (turkey), canard (duck), oie (goose, the source of foie gras), bœuf (beef), veau (veal), porc (pork), agneau (lamb), mouton (mutton), lapin (rabbit), caille (quail), cheval (horse), grenouille (frog), and escargot (snails). Commonly consumed fish and seafood include cod, canned sardines, fresh sardines, canned tuna, fresh tuna, salmon, trout, mussels, herring, oysters, shrimp and calamari.
Eggs are fine quality and often eaten as: omelettes, hard-boiled with mayonnaise, scrambled plain, scrambled haute cuisine preparation, œuf à la coque.
Herbs and seasonings vary by region, and include fleur de sel, herbes de Provence, tarragon, rosemary, marjoram, lavender, thyme, fennel, and sage.
Fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as fish and meat, can be purchased either from supermarkets or specialty shops. Street markets are held on certain days in most localities; some towns have a more permanent covered market enclosing food shops, especially meat and fish retailers. These have better shelter than the periodic street markets.
tags
soup,main course,cheese,dessert,salad,Foie gras,bisque,popular,escargot,red wine,chocolat,cafe,fromage

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