It’s no secret that the French love their cuisine.
The hexagon boasts some of the best chefs, restaurants and ingredients in the world.
So it’s not all that surprising that this love has made its way into the very language… occasionally in very surprising ways!
As you’re learning French, you might hear phrases popping up here and there referencing food items. Often, these expressions will be confusing out of context, particularly if they’re unfamiliar. But French food idioms are fairly commonplace, and many of them are used in everyday conversation.
Here are seven of the most common French food expressions. Get to know them, and you’ll be seasoning your French conversations with them before you know it!
7 French Food Idioms
1. Raconter des salades. (Telling salads.)
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