Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Proof of the Pudding in the logoing

Roll over L'Escoffier, it's now up to bureaucrats to decide on the quality of the cuisine;
Restaurant-goers in France will start seeing a funny little symbol on their menus this week: a skillet with a house on top, indicating your menu choice is made in-house.
It's part of a new law meant to battle against the surprising amount of factory-made, pre-packaged food in French restaurants, and celebrate the country's culinary traditions.
Le Guide Cuilinaire wasn't cutting it?
However, many in the industry say the law doesn't go far enough, because it allows dishes made from frozen, pre-peeled or pre-cut products to count as home-made.
Something lost in translation?
France's chief of consumer affairs, Carole Delga, told The Associated Press that the logo would better inform customers about what they're getting, and highlight restaurants' craftsmanship.
Doesn't the taste do that anymore?

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