Anthropology of Food is an analysis of food in culture. While the
primary purpose for food is nutrition, it also has a cultural dimension
by which people choose what they eat not only by flavor or nutritional
value but by cultural, religious, economic, status and environmental
factors. - These pages are a supplement to
of Food, Food Science and
are a collection of sampler recipes
providing only a taste of each country and perhaps some information
about the history and culture behind each cuisine.
Due to the nature of the topic, some
selected sites may have a commercial element as well as excellent
information. Such selection does not constitute an endorsement of
any commercial product by archaeolink.com.
Cuisine France, French Cooking and Recipes
__ "Cuisine-France is the French cooking, cuisine, recipes guide. Choose a french recipe."
And there are many to choose from. - From cuisine-france.com - http://www.cuisine-france.com/
French Cooking recipes, wines and advice __
Here is an extensive archive of classic French recipes. Use the menu on
the left of the page to access them. Some have pictures. -
illustrated - - From cooking2000.com - http://www.cooking2000.com/
Gastronomy: Provencal Recipes, Food Dictionaries, Provencal Dishes ...
__ "Gastronomy with food dictionaries plus recipes for ratatouille, coq au vin, bouillabaisse, moules marinieres, socca, tapenade, and metric conversion table, herbs and seafood dictionaries. Lots of photos to make you hungry."
- From beyond.fr - http://www.beyond.fr/food/index.html
La Belle Cuisine: French Recipes
- Bastille Day recipes __ "The French celebrate Bastille
Day on July 14th, marking the end of monarchy and the beginning of the
French Revolution. The storming of the Bastille launched France's
establishment as a nation of liberty." Here are some recipes
for celebrating it. A couple of hundred of them. - From labellecuisine.com