I’m a sucker for anything that has a lot of French words in it. I like to think of these words as a sort of french-inspired recipe collection.
Since I’m french, this means that delicious means “delicious”. It also means “savoury”, which is just like delicious itself. I have a feeling these two words will be in every recipe I make up.
This is where the word delicious really shines. It seems to have taken another step toward the concept of “french cuisine,” thanks to the fact that there are so many different types of delicious ingredients in every kitchen around the world. Im not sure how many of these different types of delicious are actually French, but I’m sure they exist.
Im sure there are many of these delicious types, but French words are one of the best known for their use in cooking. Im sure they can be found in French cookbooks from the 1700s up to today’s contemporary recipes.
Im not sure how many of these delicious ingredients actually are French, but Im sure they exist. The fact that there are so many different types of delicious is just another way that French words for delicious are becoming more and more common.
The list is too long to list here. I have a few more questions to ask you.
Any french words you can think of that you can’t find in any cookbooks, let me know.
French words for delicious are also a good reason to start talking to your friends and family about the French language. They might be able to help you figure out how to pronounce them, or maybe they can point you to some helpful resources.
French words for delicious are becoming more and more common in our day to day lives. Asking the French to name a few of their favorite things is a great way to test their vocabulary, and make sure that they know what you mean when you say delicious. In Paris, we’ve had an increasing number of French cooks who are willing to let us and our friends try dishes they might not normally put on the menu.