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Deutsch: Franzbrötchen / Español: Panecillo francés / Português: Pãozinho francês / Français: Petit pain français / Italiano: Panino francese

Franzbrötchen in the food context refers to a traditional pastry from Hamburg, Germany, resembling a smaller version of the French croissant with a sweet, cinnamon-sugar filling. The pastry is made from a buttery, layered dough, similar to that used for croissants, which is then filled with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar before being rolled, sliced, and baked until golden brown. Its characteristic swirl pattern and the crispy, caramelized exterior, combined with a soft, buttery interior, make it a beloved treat among locals and visitors alike.

English: Fermented tofu / Deutsch: fermentierter Tofu / Español: tofu fermentado / Português: tofu fermentado / Français: tofu fermenté / Italiano: tofu fermentato /

Fu chook refers to dried beancurd sheets in China that can be be deep-fried and crumbled to serve with vegetarian dishes.

Flauta in the food context refers to a delicious and popular Mexican dish known for its crispy, flute-like appearance. This savory treat is made by rolling various fillings, such as seasoned meat, cheese, or vegetables, inside a tortilla, then deep-frying it until golden and crunchy. Flautas are often served with a variety of toppings and accompaniments, making them a beloved item in Mexican cuisine.

French Cheese and Food Pairing

French cheeses go surprisingly well with a number of different foods in addition to various types of bread and crackers.

Deutsch: Fisch

Fish are gill-bearing aquatic craniate animals that lack limbs with digits. They form a sister group to the tunicates, together forming the olfactores. Included in this definition are the living hagfish, lampreys, and cartilaginous and bony fish as well as various extinct related groups.

Frejol is the Spanish word for --->'bean'.

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