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n 2018, food writer Felicity Cloake spent months on a gastronomic Tour de France in search of 21 iconic French dishes. The resulting book, , chronicles her adventures, and we caught up with the ‘How to cook the perfect…’ columnist to talk about the good, bad and ugly aspects of her epic cycling and eating expedition. Spoiler: it includes French strikes, wet weather, and

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