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[Edible Idiom] Haut comme trois pommes "high as three apples," it is used to point out that someone -- often a child -- is small or very short. I've seen it translated to "knee-high to a grasshopper."  Example: "Il était haut comme trois pommes et devait courir pour rattraper ses soeurs." (He was high as three apples and had to run to catch up with his sisters.) Thanks to chocolateandzucchini.com

[Edible Idiom] Haut comme trois pommes "high as three apples," it is used to point out that someone -- often a child -- is small or very short. I've seen it translated to "knee-high to a grasshopper." Example: "Il était haut comme trois pommes et devait courir pour rattraper ses soeurs." (He was high as three apples and had to run to catch up with his sisters.) Thanks to chocolateandzucchini.com

[Edible Idiom] Se vendre comme des petits pains

Se vendre comme des petits pains

Papa gâteau

Papa gâteau

A French food blog written by a thirty-something Parisian, with a focus on fresh, colorful, seasonal recipes. Plus, Paris tips and recommendations!

It’s a shocking statistic that everyone should be talking about, 1 in every 3 kids in the United States is overweight or obese. What on earth could American children be eating to substantiate this scary statistic? This was the question which fueled author Rebeca Plantier’s inquiry into the school lunch programs of the French in [...]

What French Kids Eat For School Lunch Puts American Lunches To Shame

It’s a shocking statistic that everyone should be talking about, 1 in every 3 kids in the United States is overweight or obese. What on earth could American children be eating to substantiate this scary statistic? This was the question which fueled author Rebeca Plantier’s inquiry into the school lunch programs of the French in [...]

[Edible Idiom] Mettre les bouchées doubles

Mettre les bouchées doubles

Bonjour!  Follow this French dialogue about eating out and read the subtitles in French and English.  Bon appetit!

French Dialogues: Eating Out

Bonjour! Follow this French dialogue about eating out and read the subtitles in French and English. Bon appetit!

Coutumes différentes à table

Coutumes différentes à table

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