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  1. The strong Mustard of France is only available in France ! Not sell in worldwide by "Maille" ! In worldwide, people substitute with Japanese Mustard "Wasabi" ! The salade "Romaine" in the temperate region of the world is soft and crunchy. But in the tropical region, it is more harder than crunchy because the reaction of the sun !

  2. My mother in law worked on a farm in France (Roubaix) and she learned to make vinaigrette with garlic, some salt, oil and vinegar (with no mustard)… Is this a northern French way to make vinaigrette or just a personal preference? Thank You for creating a wonderful channel and content!

  3. Ah, this reminds me of a passage in Brillat-Savarin's "La physiologie du goût" where he tells the story of his being in a restaurant in America with friends or acquaintances of his, when a man sitting at a table next to him and hearing him speaking French approaches him. I don't remember the exact words, but it was something like "Excuse me, Sir, I hear that you are a Frenchman. So, would you, please, do me the honor to prepare the dressing for my salad?" :-))

  4. Merci beaucoup. Simple is always best and your salad is absolutely lovely. I make a similar salad but have been including the shallots in the vinaigrette. I will most definitely try the shallots tossed with the lettuce the next time I serve this. As others have suggested, I too would like to see more recipes.

  5. Yummy! Can you please show a few kinds of after dinner cheeses you eat regularly? Yes, I really enjoy simple basic French cooking ideas. Thank you Marie-Anne~

  6. More recipes videos please! I make a simple salad with red onions and an olive oil and cider vinegar, sometimes I add cucumbers. All my 6 kids ages 11 and under love it and eat it as often as I make it about 3 or more times a week. I love your style, it Iinspires me to be more thoughtful.

  7. I made this for my dinner and it was wonderful! I also used your instructions to make the dressing, which was just perfect! Why have I not been doing this all along? Much simpler, yet so much better! Thank you for sharing!

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