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For many people, speaking French can be tough. There's that silent "h" and that difficult, back-of-the-throat "r" that you have to learn how to pronounce, not to mention all those different "u" sounds. It’s no wonder fewer and fewer Americans seem to be learning the language in school or elsewhere anymore — Spanish just seems so much more practical. Still, like Italian (click here to master your Italian-ordering skills), it's difficult to deny the appeal and beauty of the language, not to mention the sophistication points you win when you confidently order a menu item in French.

Click for How to Order at a French Restaurant Like a Pro Slideshow.

Although most French restaurants provide English translations of dishes these days, there are still some words that you may find yourself fumbling to pronounce. And on a first date or during a business meeting, the last thing you want is to feel unprepared or inadequate. To avoid being embarrassed in these kinds of situations, there are three general rules that you can follow.

First, gargle your "r’s". Most "r’s" in French are pronounced from the back of the throat, almost as if they are being gargled. Wherever you are, maybe at work (in the bathroom, or perhaps better, at home), practice by pretending you’re gargling some mouthwash on the back of your tongue. Believe it or not, that's the noise that you're going for.

Second, if a word ends with a consonant, don’t pronounce the last letter. For example, homard (lobster) should be pronounced "oh-marr." And this leads to a third rule: the majority of their "h’s" are silent. The French have a very hard time with the hard "h’s" in the English language — they don’t have any equivalent in French. So try to suppress any desire to firmly pronounce an "h," because in French you rarely need to!

Keep these tips in mind while viewing the accompanying slideshow. It explains the correct way to say 10 commonly mispronounced food words, so you can order with confidence at any French restaurant.


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


Chocolate Cake with a Secret Ingredient!

The instant espresso mixed with a little water.

7 comments:

Frosting is what we call it. Chocolate cake with coffee in it is one of my favorites. An old co-worker would make cupcakes sometimes. If you are in a pinch you can use box cake mix and Hersheys has a chocolate frosting that is AMAZING! I could eat it out of the can and it might have happened before lol I'm with you mostly about the raw egg. However I still have cookie dough now and then!

Oh, I have to raise my hand and admit I, too, have eaten frosting/icing out of the can! :)

Missy, tell her it's gorgeous and I am laughing at you about the raw egg. that's so American! :) And not old American, but new American, circa 2000.

Did you know that eggs aren't refrigerated throughout most of Europe? And that Caesar dressing and French Silk frosting and Steak Tartar all have raw egg. a lot of famous recipes get that silkiness from raw egg.

And folks eat raw oysters as if they're GOOD. Eek! I will bet that more folks get sick from oyster gunk from the bottom of aquaculture farms than from raw egg or egg of any sort.

Remember the Big Scare? We were all doomed, destined to die from over easy eggs and NJ and NY ordered diners to COOK EGGS THOROUGHLY.

Diners refused to comply because who wants unhappy customers?

And the world didn't stop turning. And I'm pretty sure no one has died. :)

A world without cookie dough?

That would be like a world without Santa Claus! :)

We say frosting. but when I'm channeling my inner Sally Field from Steel Magnolias, I say icing like this: "And the whole thing is covered with gray eye-sing. I can't even begin to think how you make gray eye-sing."

And they start quarreling again.

Ruthy, I'm equally against raw eggs and raw oysters!! LOL (I learned in microbiology classes about contamination of oysters by Vibrio.) I'm an equal opportunity germaphobe. :)

I also don't order French silk pie or caesar dressing (unless I ask about the eggs). haha

You know, for a long time, when the kids were young, I bought pasteurized eggs because they all like their eggs runny. I haven't seen those in stores lately. Now that they're adults, they eat them at their own risk. :)

BTW, I love that movie, too!! Now I'm dying to hear you say those lines with your NY accent. haha

We say frosting here--and a chocolate cake with coffee in it? Count me in! Looks absolutely delicious.
I am semi-weird about eggs. We have our own chickens, so there's that. I lick the beaters secretly when my kids are not around. I'm protecting them from the dangers of raw egg.
At least that's what I tell myself!


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