French food notes - April 2019

In our series providing a sideways look at French food, we look at a foodie’s paradise with a cartoon connection

Churned out nice again: cream capital’s comic link

For foodies seeking a gastronomic escape, there is quiet seaside town (pop. around 3,600) in the baie des Veys in Calvados, Normandie that punches well above its weight.

Revered local products in Isigny-sur-Mer read like a shortlist for the national indulgence awards, and dairy farming is at the heart of them.

First, and perhaps most famously, there is its Appellation ...

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