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What do Saint Pierre and Miquelon people eat?

What do Saint Pierre and Miquelon people eatIn the centre of the regions, Saint Pierre, there are various local restaurants and international cuisines, especially for the large amounts of tourists. Still, the most important cuisine remains the French one, but various International dishes can also be found, mostly from the Chinese, Italian, Latina and Indian culture. In this town, the most consumed dishes are the fish fillets or the grilled fish, the seafood salads with local herbs and the sea trout, served with fritters or steamed veggies. In the busy towns and areas, the seafood delicacies are a great attraction for the numerous tourists, like the Scallops in pastry with liquor sauce and blueberries or the salmon filet with sauce. The local desserts include the famous French cheese: the bake apple cheesecake or cheese pies are the best examples. The rum is one highly popular drink and it used both for cooking and as a beverage – the rum punch.



Saint Pierre and Miquelon description:

The Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a group of small French islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, the main islands being Saint Pierre and Miquelon, south of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The islands are as close as 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from Green Island, part of Newfoundland.
The archipelago has the status of overseas collectivity within France. It is the only remnant of the former colonial empire of New France that remains under French control.


What do Saint Pierre and Miquelon people eatWhat do Saint Pierre and Miquelon people eat

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