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|Tango01 ||26 Jan 2019 11:03 a.m. PST|
…. on food is still being felt today
"History doesn't forget a man like Napoleon Bonaparte. And neither does the culinary world, which still feels his influence 200 years later.
Napoleon I (1769—1821) was a general during the French Revolution who rose to become emperor of the French (empereur des Francais). He conquered most of Europe while opponents in Britain, Russia, Austria and Prussia declared him "an enemy of humanity."
But he apparently ate well…."
Some years ago… I was the owner of a Restaurante called "Marengo"… I offerd there all the Napoleon dishes…
|Gerard Leman||07 Mar 2019 3:50 p.m. PST|
Including Beef Wellington? :-)
|Tango01 ||12 Mar 2019 10:45 a.m. PST|