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Le Fooding

lefooding2.jpgThe Atlantic's Pascale Brevet files in on this week's Le Fooding event in Paris, another in a series of events put on by the French culinary organization to explore "the age-old notion of propriety in food." Highlights of the meal -- served in an empty Parisian swimming pool -- included an entree of horse meat, and *gasp* the unholy pairing of fine cheese with champagne, instead of red wine. Read more about the intriguing culinary weirdness, here. [Atlantic]

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