Further informationAs with other places, people in France enjoy a wide variety of foods. While some of these might be traditionally French, others are foods and customs from other cultures, too!In French cooking, the presentation of food is often considered to be just as important as its taste!How do you think a meal is made better when food looks appealing and is presented nicely? Would it make you appreciate your food even more to see that time and care has been put into how it looks and now just how it tastes? If a food were served in an appealing way, do you think it would make you more likely to try something new or different??Next time you’re helping to prepare some food with your family, try taking a few extra minutes to enhance its presentation before you sit down to enjoy!
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