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What would you consider classic "French" foods?

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All right, I was approached by a colleague one day and he asked why I never smoke French cuisine, only ribs and briskets and pig.

My first response was "because im American and its my smoker", immediately after I drew a blank along the lines of ???.

What exactly IS french cuisine.. I have been in france for many many years yet I have no idea why I never thought about it.

Besides the obvious being frog legs (and if you have a good recipe on smoking some, im game!)

what would you consider french food and how would you go about doing it?

I would like to smoke (offset smoker) a magret canard, some beef bourguignon.. everything french but on the grill or in the smoker!

Thanks!

Marcel

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went there "france" while in the Army, we found a little foodie mom and pop shop that had smoked escargot ! the regular cooked in butter and garlic i did not like but the smoked , now that was some good eating !!

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went there "france" while in the Army, we found a little foodie mom and pop shop that had smoked escargot ! the regular cooked in butter and garlic i did not like but the smoked , now that was some good eating !!

Dude, smoked snails! no thats an idea. Thanks!

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