French Food Revolution
The French revolution is coming to the UK! But it’s okay, before you rush out for your pike and helmet, it’s only a food revolution that’s breaking down our doors and demanding attention. To be honest, it’s probably about time French food online became something more of us start looking into.
In the UK we haven’t exactly got a worldwide reputation for outstanding food and delicate cuisine. Deep friend Mars Bars, late night kebab and chips and perhaps a steak and kidney pie and peas is about the limit of our expertise. It’s not something to be entirely proud of.
Then there’s France - perhaps the single most influential place in the world for outstanding cuisine, revolutionary cooking and first class ingredients. When it comes to French food, UK consumers are split into two groups - those who like it, and those who haven’t ever tried it. There really isn’t a third category of people who have tried French food and not liked it. Unless of course your experience in French food starts and stops with snails (which are actually delicious!)
So if you’re already looking for French food online then the chances are you’re an active member of the French food revolution - one of the increasing proportion of people fed up with supermarkets farming poor quality, uninspiring fare on to us, and who want something more for your taste buds, and your money.
Certainly when it comes to French food UK customers have a wealth of choice, and many of the popular French ingredients available can be integrated into our existing recipes to lift them to the next level. Buying French food online doesn’t have to necessarily mean throwing away all your existing cookbooks and starting to announce all the meals to your family in French. Wearing a beret and staggering about with a string of onions round your neck is entirely optional.
For many people though the problem is that when trying to buy French food online many of the suppliers’ websites are in French - which is fine if you’re fluent enough to be able to identify the difference between escargots and fois gras! There’s also the problem of the cost of shipping, because shipping French ingredients in to the UK can be difficult if your order size is only relatively modest.
Fortunately as part of the French food revolution there are online suppliers of French ingredients in the UK, giving consumers the chance at last to buy French ingredients without having to worry about understanding the names, or paying exorbitant shipping costs. If you look around you’ll also find UK based suppliers of French ingredients who provide handy tips, such as how certain ingredients can be incorporated into your existing recipes and favourite dishes.
For example, adding goose fat to your roast potatoes rather than your usual fat will create the tastiest, crispiest, fluffiest roast potatoes you’ve ever had - a trick known and loved by French restaurants and hotels for years.
From traditional French sea salt to goose fat, special pates, exquisite mushrooms, nuts, beans, herbs and confectionaries, buying French ingredients online has never been easier - and it seems no one’s complaining about this revolution!
When it comes to thinking about buying French food, UK consumers may not even be fully aware that the facility exists to purchase ingredients that can dramatically lift the flavours of existing recipes, but it looks likely that this is gradually going to change, as more people discover the benefits of welcoming a little of France to the dinner table.