Savoyard


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Savoyard

the dialect of French spoken in Savoy
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From July to October 2019, Savoyard chef, Guy Martin, a groundbreaking chef of his generation, treats customers in the Business cabin to his gourmet creations.
The Savoyards first heard of tartiflette when it began to appear on the menus of restaurants in the ski stations, conveying an image of authenticity and mountain terroir, the characteristic taste and flavour imparted to a dish by the environment in which it is produced
MID-RANGE: Arcadien Hotel & Spa: This relaxed hotel spa has rustic rooms and a restaurant serving Savoyard cuisine.
We flew to Chambery airport as it's the closest to the place we were bound for - the sunny, Savoyard town of La Rosiere.
We flew to Chambery airport, as it's the closest to the place we were bound for - the sunny, Savoyard town of La Rosiere.
On-site restaurant La Grange offers Savoyard and Italian specialities and the terrace is accessible directly from the ski slopes.
Adore Vallee d'Or Valloire in Savoie, France, is a pretty, traditional Savoyard village built around a 17th century Baroque church.
A Savoyard father-and-son team appropriately named Rene and Maxime Meilleur -- or 'the best,' in French -- took the guide's second new three-star award for their restaurant La Bouitte, which was built in a potato field, according to family lore.
The Savoyard lawyer and philosopher Joseph de Maistre declared in 1811 that every nation gets the government it deserves, so perhaps today's political disengagement with culture reflects that of the electorate.
Renewed focus on the impact of multilingualism and a range of intercultural connections upon medieval writing and writers, and the intertwined relationships between "English" and "French" writing in particular, provides a new context in which to read Granson's works: evidently proficient in English as well as his native Savoyard French, Granson was a participant and reader embedded within an extremely fertile cross-channel literary culture that had an impact on his own and others' works in diverse ways.
Le Perce Neige had excellent local Savoyard dishes, including cheese fondues; La Vache Rouge, with its quirky cow-related decor, had superb meat; the upmarket La Table des Lys's cuisine was exquisite and La Bulle, a bustling circular cafe on the piste, served delicious dustbin lid-sized pizza.
A la limite du hors-jeu, le Malien fusillait le portier savoyard a bout portant (89e), laissant tout le clan bordelais exulter.