Guess which generational group we have to thank for that!
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An interview with Tessa Kiros, author of 'Provence to Pondicherry'
They're not up for debate
To learn about French regional cooking, survey the country's salads
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An interview by Julia Sherman (a.k.a. Salad for President)
But its survival hinges on the tastes of the "cultural elite"
And 1000 odd years old, to boot
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And how the city led the charge on "industrial chic"
It all starts in Solingen, Germany
And doesn't get enough credit for it
Don't call Romy Gill's food "Anglo-Indian"
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