“La Cuisine” de Detroit

Emma Tomsich, Editor-in-Chief

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To celebrate National French Week, the Mercy French program visited a favorite restaurant in downtown Detroit: La Cuisine. After enjoying their Mardi Gras meal last year, Mercy French girls enthusiastically accepted their invitation to return to La Cuisine. At the restaurant, girls enjoyed green bean and tomato salad or asparagus soup, their choice between cordon-bleu with mashed potatoes, fish with polenta, or ratatouille, and sorbet or cream cake for dessert. Students also had the opportunity to hear owner and La Cuisine’s Chef Paul speak about his experience studying culinary arts and cooking in France. The trip was trés amusant and the girls hope to return again next year!

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