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Tensions rose further last week when far-right militants criticized Mr. Philippot on social media for going to a couscous restaurant in Strasbourg, France, instead of eating choucroute, the region’s traditional dish of sauerkraut and sausages.
Alsace is also famous for its culinary traditions, for its wine and cheese and for its choucroute garnie: a heavenly stew made from sausages, charcuterie and sauerkraut.
In a city without a harsh winter, is there ever a good time to serve choucroute, cassoulet or boeuf bourguignon?
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First Known Use: 1849See Words from the same year
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