Discussion in 'Luxury and Lifestyle' started by dealmaker, Dec 21, 2018.
This is my rule of thumb:
When you are eating, you go French. When you are dressing, you go Italian. When you are working, you go British.
Most of French cuisine is a variation of Italian...
That is so wrong, I am sorry. French cuisine is completely different and has entirely different roots from Italian cuisine. And the approach to cooking and treatment of food is also totally different in French cuisine and Italian cuisine.
I find both delicious.
Walk British, stroll French, strut Italian.
Eat French, Dress Italian, Work British.
I thought the rule of thumb was Dress British, think Yiddish.
Separate names with a comma.