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  1. cookazido says:

    What a happy way to lose weight!

    1. My French Heaven says:

      I know right?!

  2. Katie says:

    I was hoping it was the wine. I think I’ll stick with that! 😉

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Oh it is the wine as well!! My grand mother lived to be a 101 and she had red wine with every meal!!!

      1. Katie says:

        yeah! good news. 🙂 oh by the way, the tomatoes and calimari looked mouthwatering. Good luck on your diet!

        1. My French Heaven says:

          Thanks Katie!!

  3. Sukhi says:

    Hi

    I was directed here by fatgirl’s food guide, its brilliant!

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Thank you Sukhi and welcome!

  4. Daniel says:

    A Fat Girl’s Food Guide recommmended this site, a good recommendation in my opinion.

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Thank you Daniel! Welcome!

  5. Jennifer Willems says:

    A fat girls food guide recommended you. A great site

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Thanks! Welcome

  6. DJ says:

    A fat girls food guide recommended you. A great site

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Thank you and welcome!

  7. Fat Girls Food Guide told me to follow this blog so she can win a holiday.

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Very good! Welcome:)

  8. ann perrin says:

    Oh and I thought it was sex! Nevefmind it is our favourite cheees and this year available at ASda one or our big supermakets but nothing like a slice from a block in France..our french friends once took my mother o the source of all that goodness. and we always come back from France with a big lump!!
    JUST BEEN TO MY ALLOTMENT TO DIG UP MY PARSNIPS….BIG PILE….ANY TIPS FOR THOSE OR IS IS JUST SIMPLE ROAST LOVE #aNN

    1. My French Heaven says:

      I rarely eat parsnips, but if I were you, I would make a nice gratin with them. Maybe just follow the recipe for gratin dauphinois (search it on my blog). You can either do it just with parsnips instead of potatoes or put half of one and half of the other… Let me know how it goes darling!

  9. LizzieJoy says:

    An interesting article, and I do love cheese. I also think the French people’s attitude to food is very positive and helpful. I once read a book “French Woman Don’t Get Fat,” and thought what sensible advice it gave. Well worth a read. Blessings for a peaceful and joy-filled Christmastime. Joyeux Noel.

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Joyeux Noël Lizzie!! I think one of the main reason most French people are thin (but that is changing too), is that we do not snack outside the three meals…

  10. Jade allen says:

    Following as a recommendation from Gemma Wardle

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Very good. Welcome!

  11. oatsgirl says:

    I knew it had something to do with cheese! 😛

    1. My French Heaven says:

      🙂

  12. juliabarrett says:

    If so wouldn’t surprise me.

  13. intlxpatr says:

    I read the article – I love the sound of it, but the cautious side of me says that when something is too good to be true 🙂 it probably is not true. Imagine, how wonderful, salty, fatty, mouldy Roquefort is GOOD for us!! Oh, I could dance for joy!

    1. My French Heaven says:

      Well my friend, start dancing! The lowest rate of heart disease in Europe can’t lie:)

  14. Okay, out with the Danish Blue Cheese, in with the Roquefort 🙂

    1. My French Heaven says:

      🙂

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