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  • Parisians are indulging in regional American food
  • Parisians are indulging in regional American food
    Toa Heftiba, Creative Commons (2017) ©
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Parisians are indulging in regional American food

French foodies are looking beyond their borders for dining experiences, with food from the American south becoming popular in Paris. As American food loses its stigma in France, people are opening up to the local and regional nuances of cuisines from abroad.

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