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D is for Dinner - Pain de Campagne

"Les Bleus", as they're called, played their last game in the group stage of the World Cup today. No matter the outcome, France has advanced to the Round of 16 after some impressive wins. All that cheering is sure to work up the appetite of French soccer fans. To help tackle that hunger, Giacomo ventured out to Ottawa's famous cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu, to meet head pastry chef instructor Hervé Chabert. Hervé is also a BIG fan of Les Bleus on the pitch. 

Read up on how to make Pain de Campagne at home and listen to Hervé's interview here.  


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