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Another reality check…
First week, back at home and I am already missing France- especially the wine and cheese! There is nothing for it ,I will just have to stop drinking wine. Might be good for my body but definitely not good for … Continue reading
Good Food in France- Camembert and Brie Cheese
France produces many fine foods, including cheeses. France has 350 to 400 distinct types of cheese but our favourite is Camembert du Normandie followed by Brie du Meaux.
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