Written by: Athene Fenn
07/09/2010 12:30 PM
This year 10 major cities are celebrating Bastille Day, a French national holiday. It commemorates the 1790 Fête de la Fédération - a huge feast and official event to celebrate the establishment of the short-lived constitutional monarchy in France and what people of the time considered to be the happy conclusion of the French Revolution.
If you are camping in or around any of the cities that celebrate Bastille Day: New Orleans, San Francisco, Chicago, Baltimore, Orlando, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Seattle and New York City, why not join in and have your own celebrations?
Our foodies at CampingRoadTrip.com love trying out food suitable to prepare in an RV and have come up with some recipes for you to try. So put on your French Beret, whip up some French meals, and let your taste buds celebrate Bastille Day to the full.
Start with the classic
French Onion Soup
Navarin of lamb printanier
Serves 4 to 6 people
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