An American observer comments on French politics.
I like the first three. Bravo! Need some help with the last one which I assume is Le Pen.
@Mitch: "Sarrasin" is a plant used to make dark flour, a main ingredient of traditional "crêpes" bretonnes.This is also a term used to design Muslim people during the middle age crusades."Crêpe au Sarrasin" in itself is very common/logical culinary association, which is certainly why "anonymous" used it. But I give extra bonus points to this 4th entry. The expression "faire une crêpe de" means "to squash".The "Crêpe-Sarrazin" combo is a pretty good summary of the FN program over the years...
Cool.twitter's being very creative right now.Of course the early results for North America and the DOmTOm are in. Although I doubt the DomTom are typical, they do spell real trouble for Sarkozy - if they were the only ones to vote, there'd be no second round! And apparently he's not even ahead in a city-that-shall-remain-nameless where he'd garnered 61% votes last time.
Flan (avec son coulis parfumé à la rose) 27 eurosNotre celebre Napoleon (presenté avec une jolie fleure à côté) 26 eurosNotre selection des fromages 100% français, plutôt des chevres 20 eurosUne boule de glace au piment rouge 10 eurosFlan (tout simplement presenté sur une assiette ou dans une bowl ou comme tu le veux) 9 eurosUne sélection des fruits variées (prix au marché)
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