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Transcript: Pets de Soeurs aka Pets de Nonne (Nun's Farts) Ingredients Delicious and Nutritious? Province: Burgundy Nutritious and Caloric Aspect Do we recommend it? Yield: 40 fritters 6 T Butter 2 ts Sugar 1 pn Salt 1 ts Grated lemon rind 4 Eggs 1 c Flour 1 ts Vanilla 1 ts Rum, dark Oil; for deep-frying Sugar, confectioners French Region Burgundy Sources Ramon, Elisabeth, Cinthya, Navaron, Elsie, and Montasia This dish IS delicious and nutritious. The vanilla used is a naturally strong source of antioxidants. If one chooses to add cinnamon as an additional topping, they will also get benefit of lowering the negative effects of high fat meals. The French Paradox Geography/ Topography Burgundy has rivers, ponds, lakes, mountains, and forests. It's known as a "Paradise for nature lovers." The rivers are important because it allows for irrigation systems to be made. These systems help to produce healthy soil to grow the grain used for the flour in the dish. Yes! This snack is tasty and has multiple health benefits. The French Paradox is an epidemic that French people have a low incidence of coronary heart disease. The paradox is that if the thesis linking saturated fats to CHD. The French eat a lot of meals that contain saturated fats but are still the healthiest people in the world. Combine butter, sugar. salt, and lemon rind and 1 cup of water in saucepan. Bring to a boil. Slowly add flour and mix. Cook mixture on medium heat for 3 to 4 minutes. Add vanilla and rum (if desired). Slowly add eggs and beat into mixture. When done, let substance rest for 45 minutes. Fill deep fryer with oil and heat to 360 degrees Fahrenheit. Spoon batter into oil. Don't overcrowd pan. When golden brown, remove from oil and drain. Add desired toppings. Serve hot. East- Central France, Southeast of Paris Calories 210 Potassium 60 mg 2 % Lipides 14 g 22 % Glucides 20 g Sucres 12 g Vitamine A 105 er 10 % Cholestérol 30 mg 10 % Sodium 45 mg 2 % Calcium 16 mg 2 % Fer 0 mg 4 % Phosphore 16 mg 2 %


Transcript: Food/Cuisine Name ~ Burgundy is financially stable. ~ Most of their money comes from tourism. ~ They are also France's biggest wine producing areas, ~ Some of their money also comes from agriculture. -Burgundy is one of France's main wine producing areas. It is well known for its red and white wine. The most famous wines in Burgundy are called Pinot Noir. ~Some of the most famous place to visit in Burgundy are: ~Dijon: Capitol of Burgundy. Their was a famous mustard named after this city called the Dijon mustard. ~Beane: the center of wine regions. It has famous vineyards surrounding it. ~ Vezelay: It has been the center of pilgrimage for centuries. The famous cathedral Basilica is located here. Economy Castles and Cathedrals -Burgundy is also famous for all of their castles. It is one of the main reasons tourists come to visit. -They also have old cathedrals that are famous. One of the most famous cathedrals is called the basilica cathedral. Burgundy Festivals/Traditions Geography ~ A famous festival held in Burgundy is the "Hospices de Beune". It is a wine auction held in November. It is the worlds most famous traditional charity auction in the world. History ~ Burgundy is located in the central eastern part of France. ~Burgundy is made up of lots of smaller regions. They are called Cote-d'Or, Saone-et-Loire, the southern and Northern half of Yonne, and Nivernais. ~ Some of the landmarks in Burgundy are the Yonne river, Saone river, and the Canal of Burgundy. Burgundians are very passionate about their food. They are most famous for their wines, Dijon mustard and their cheeses. Dijon mustard was named after their capital Dijon. Some of their most famous dishes is called the Bouef Bourguignon, Escargot, and copauvin. The name Burgundy comes from the Burgundians. They are a ancient Germanic people who came here during the middle ages. Places to Visit Culture ~ In the 4th century Burgundy was taken over by the Romans. ~It was conquered in the 6th century by the Germanic people. ~Burgundy was split up into 2 parts called Duchy of Burgundy and County of Burgundy. ~ Both halves of Burgundy was reunited in 937. ~ During the middle ages Burgundy was the seat of the most important churches and mona =stries. ~In 1477 at the battle of Nancy during the Burgundian wars, Charles the Bold was killed and Burgundy was taken over by France.


Transcript: Burgundy/ Bourgogne Where is Burgundy? What's in Burgundy? Burgundy has a wide variety of places to visit. There are historic locations that vary from churches, like L’Abbaye de Fontenay, to medieval villages, such as Noyers and Nolay. There are also museums, or "musée" in French, that have a variety of historcal displays that range from old cars, planes, and bikes to the history of the Resistance Movement at St-Brisson. Morvan Forest Birdwatching Restaurants & Food END! OuO A map of Burgundy/Bourgogne. France is well known for its unique cuisine, and Burgundy is no exception with its three three-star Michelin restaurants. It is recommended that you make a reservation when planning to visit one of these restaurants. Boeuf Bourguignon or Beef Burgundy A random restaurant in Burgundy/Bourgogne. A kestrel bird. Morvan Forest during autumn. Burgundy is well know for its food and wine. The country has a wide variety of regional dishes such as Escargots à la Bourgogne, Boeuf Bourguignon, and Coq au Vin. In the centre of Bourgogne is the Morvan Forest. It is a natural park that covers a quarter of a million hectares. Morvan Forest has a climate that involves long and hot summers. It's also abundant in plant life during spring after a winter frost. There are approximately 160 different species of birds in Burgundy. The birds inhabit the lower Doubs Valley near Chalon-sur-Saône. you are likely to spot birds like kestrels, black kites, and honey buzzards. Burgundy is one of the 27 regions in France. It is located in the north-western region of France. It also contains 4 departments: Côte-d'Or, Nièvre, Saône-et-Loire, and Yonne.


Transcript: Process Terroir BURGUNDY Used for aging wine before bottling –creates additional flavors (e.g., vanilla, cinnamon, smoke) in the wine as well as stabilization to prevent spoilage. New Oak vs. Old Oak –like a tea bag, after two or three uses oak stops imparting flavor American vs. French Oak –French oak is more delicate at imparting flavor Globally, most producers age their wines for 1 to 2 years in oak before bottling Oak Barrels Home of some of the world's greatest chardonnays and pinot noirs. weather Too hot- Grapes become raisins, not enough juice, wines are overly sweet, high alcohol Too cold- Grapes don't ripen, wines taste vegetable, little or no sweetness Too wet- uneven ripening, rot is a problem; rain at harvest time waters down the wine. Red and white wines are also made from other grape varieties, such as Gamay and Aligoté, respectively. Small amounts of rosé and sparkling wines are also produced in the region. Chardonnay-dominated Chablis and Gamay-dominated Beaujolais are formally part of the Burgundy wine region soil, weather conditions, and farming techniques, all contribute to the unique qualities of the crop. Tiny land holdings Clos de Vougeot vineyard (125 acres) has 80 different owners Quality is inconsistent -Red Burgundy, in particular, can have very high highs/very low lows Causes: vintage variation, vineyard management, producers, terroir Quantity of wine produced is very low compared to other regions Kendall Jackson in California makes more wine than all of Barrels: If oak is used, French oak is used exclusively The special characteristics that the geography, geology and climate. Output "The sense of place".- the sum of the effects that the local environment has had on the production of the product. Red wines made from pinot noir grapes, and white wines made from chardonnay grapes.


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