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Any fench recipes?

Hi everyone, I'm just looking for some French recipes. Can you help me?

4 years ago

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Here you go: http://allrecipes.fr. Just changed the language to French. :)

4 years ago

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Merci beaucoup!

4 years ago

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De rien !

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Hi!

In France, we use a lot the following recipes websites:

marmiton.org 750G.com

Have fun! "Bon appétit" ;)

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However if you're from the US or GB, I guess you'll have to convert grammes/litres etc. into some more familar units of measurement! http://www.metric-conversions.org/fr/poids/onces-en-grammes.htm (also written in French, in order to help your practice ;) )

4 years ago

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Hi. Do you mean recipes written in French or recipes for French food, or both?

4 years ago

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I mean recipes written in French ;)

4 years ago

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Sorry if that seemed like a stupid question ... .

If you are learning French rather than how to cook, a useful trick is to go to a Canadian commercial website. Because Canada is officially bilingual, you should be able to find the identical recipes in both French and English, so if there are any questions of understanding ... .

Here's one to get you started. Metro is a Canadian supermarket chain - so don't expect haute cuisine - but you can easily toggle between French and English versions of the same page.

http://www.metro.ca/recettes/index.fr.html

(Note there is a tiny "English" / "Française" button near the top right centre to view the translation)

4 years ago

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Or you can try:

http://astro.ca/recipes/

Same idea for recipes based on Astro (yogurt) products.

4 years ago