Unveils Why France Wants Its Citizens to Eat Homemade Cuisine

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Following an article posted on Fox News, discusses how France is promoting homemade foods., an online directory of cooking schools, discusses how France is implementing the word “homemade” on every menu in the country.

According to a February 12th article posted on Fox News titled “France to put 'homemade' on restaurant menus with law encouraging traditional cooking,” France is trying to get people to eat homemade foods. A new proposed law would allow restaurants to put a homemade label only on dishes that are made in-house from fresh ingredients.

The article says that restaurants in France want to provide fresh homemade dishes for their customers, but rising prices are making it hard for them do that. Though it may cost more, the article says many French citizens embrace the change, claiming they would rather pay a little more money for a fresher homemade dish.

The article also says that many restaurants call themselves “restaurants,” but do not cook any thing in-house. With the new law, these types of restaurants would be unable to lie to their customers, and true homemade restaurants would flourish.

Andrew Girard, a representative at, a directory of cooking schools in America, says the proposed law is a great idea. “Homemade foods are often much healthier than pre-made foods,” he explains. “Homemade foods also often taste better and provide customers with a more unique dining experience. I am sure that customers will pay more for homemade foods, as they are, overall, higher quality products.”

Girard also says the new law highlights the importance and the valued artistry of cooking homemade meals. “Homemade meals allow cooks to show off their personalities and unique heritages,” he says. “Not only does cooking allow chefs to express their culture, but they also get to show the world how truly talented and creative they are.” is the leading source for information on culinary degrees, culinary schools and cooking programs. Maintained by, a popular resource for job seekers and employers, helps prospective chefs, teachers, restaurant managers and culinary students find schools, jobs, and programs best suited for their needs. is an affiliate of, a similar directory featuring the top art majors.


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