hard to make generalizations. An article might say, “The French love
their cheese,” and, of course, there will be someone out there who will
say, “I have a French friend and they don’t like cheese.” Or
“Americans love cinnamon,” which is partially true, although I’m sure
there is at least one or two of you out there that can’t abide it.
speaking (at least according to the lines at my cheese shop), the French
do love cheese. And judging from how liberally cinnamon is used in
American recipes, we do like our cinnamon.
generalization is that the French don’t really celebrate Halloween.
Certainly not to the extent that we do in the United States. I
posted something about that elsewhere, and it was pointed out that there
are places where Halloween items do make an appearance in France
(some French bakers and pastry chefs like to play around and make
ghoul-themed treats for the American holiday), but generally
speaking, Halloween is a holiday
that isn’t widely celebrated, or given the attention, that it
gets in the United States.