Top 10 Things France is Known For
The Top Ten
France: We have the Eiffel tower, tourism yay
Pakistan: hold my chai
When people think of france, they got this in mind
People always think of this when they think of France.
It's funny how Paris is the only thing that in peoples mind about France... I am a native french and Paris is a city that I actually avoid. Toulouse and other cities in Charente Maritime are my get go
It's a stereotype that all french people live in paris, I don't know why but it just is that way.
I can even see the Eiffel Tower on the pic.
Capital of France
Also from France. I knew I had to add this too.
I am french and I go to school in America, and I find it a bit frustrating when people just joke by telling me if I eat baguettes in France...
Basically this is how baguettes work :
1. You go to the bakery store
2. You buy a baguette
3. When it's time to eat, cut a piece of baguette
4. Use that piece to push your food into your fork/spoon and to sponge the juice from certain meals, then you eat it
I love baguette!
I like baguettes. It's so delicious.
A gigantic piece of bread!
Every region has its own cheese specialty as you can see on the French cheese map - Metal_Treasure
Huh I didn't know about it - darthvadern
PackFan2005, have you actually eaten French cheese? It's so much better than any American cheese.
Still not as good as Wisconsin cheese. - PackFan2005
French cuisine is incredible! From freshly baked bread, to different cheeses, to incredible soups, and don’t let me get started on sweets.
French for kitchen
I love croissants!
The ancestor of the croissant (kipferl) originated in Austria, where it was "imported" probably from Egypt
I like French toast.
Tasty! love it!
The word crouton first appeared in French in the 17th century when it was described as 'a little piece of bread crust served with drinks'.
But French fries are Belgian.
They're actually called French Fries. There should be a reason for that.
Glamorous expensive beach resorts, such as Saint-Tropez and Cannes
Very nice city (no pun intended)
It's beef fillet, from the smaller end of the tenderloin