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Few nations do food-specific festivals as wholeheartedly as the French. If you’re looking for a Gallic foodie weekend with a difference, make your way to the small Normandy town of Mortagne-au-Perchecentres on a prize for the best of the local delicacy but also offers the chance to try the stuff in anything from bite-sized apple and boudin noir toasts to tart toppings. Make a weekend of it by staying over at Maison Maleyrand, a chic b&b in the town that serves breakfasts packed with fresh bakes. ;

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