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The French

1. Why do they serve sorbet before dinner?

Sorbet is the most frequent palate cleanser and the one most adapted worldwide. The sorbet should be sharp in flavor, not sweet, as it is the combination of the cold, crisp, and sharp flavor which works so well on any strong tastes

2. What is amuse-bouche and when is it served?

Amuse-bouche, otherwise known as amuse-gueule, is the French term for ‘mouth amuser’. They are a type of small, bite-sized hors d’oeuvre. Chefs serve amuse-bouche to diners to enjoy while waiting for their food orders to arrive. It is a way of saying ‘welcome’ to guests and pampering them with something special.