Some of the more exotic food for the French (to be honest,
there are some Moroccan restaurants. Haven't eaten there yet)
The bounty that is the covered food market three days a week
Variations on the standard French salad -- lettuce with hot chevre on toast
Desserts (read about the labor that is macarons, here)
Macarons, at about $30/dozen
They garnish everything
cinnamon ice cream with a French berry I can't remember
Things I shouldn't eat
Is it a wonder American's are 3 times fatter?
Ok, you caught me, but at McDonald's they have machines for placing your order, then you step up to the counter to retrieve it
And the French version of fast food - Kebab and frites (kebab=gyro on better bread)
What's your favorite food to eat when traveling that you don't often get when at home? And what have you been eating to survive the heat wave across the U.S.? Talk to me about food in the comments box.