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Mâchon: The French breakfast you don't know


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Well, I did know it actually. My mother was from near Lyons.

 

An interesting article from the BBC, nonetheless.

 

While France is renowned for its pains au chocolat and croissants, Lyon has a long-standing tradition of tucking into wine and offal at breakfast.

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