French classical menu

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Roti (Roasted items)
In this course, roasted poultry and game birds are included. If poultry or game birds are cooked by any other cooking method, then those dishes will not be considered as a roast course.
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Sorbet (Rest course)
sorbets are water ice flavored with champagne or wine or liqueur and essences and are served in a tall glass with a teaspoon/sundae spoon. It is the rest course of the french classical menu.
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Releve (Main meat course or joints of meat)
It is the seventh course or main course of the french classical menu. Releve is normally larger than entrees and takes the form of butchers' joints, which have to be carved.
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Entree (First meat course)
Entree is generally small well-garnished dishes, this course is said to be an entry to a meat course. which comes from the kitchen ready for service, they are always accompanied by a very rich gravy or sauce.
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Poisson (Fish)
t is the fifth course of the french classical menu. Fish is soft and fibred and tender meat, which is easily digested and help to prepare the appetite for the havier course to come
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4. Farinaceous / Farineaux (Pasta or Rice)
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Oeufs (Egg)
It is the third course of the french classical menu. All types of egg preparations (except plain boil egg) are included in this course.
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Potage (Soup)
Potage or soup is the second course in the french classical menu. All classes of soups, such as clear, cream, puree, veloute, broth, bisque, and chowder come under the course.
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Hors-d-oeuvre (Appetizer)
It is the first course of the french classical menu. This course consists of dainty and delicate dishes of tangy, salty nature, aimed at stimulating appetite.
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French classical menu
A French classical menu is the standard of a menu created by the french, it is consists of 17 courses. The food service staff must know the sequence in which the classical menu is presented