Thursday, March 21, 2019

Fact of the Day: French Dinner

The English word dinner comes from the Old French word disner meaning "to dine". 

10 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

And dine many do

Mary Kirkland said...

Time to dine some breakfast.

NanaDiana said...

Something else I learned here now~

Kirk said...

That makes sense.

Christine said...

good to know

Joanne Noragon said...

Then the separate argument of which meal of the day is dinner. So complicated.

Huggybear said...

When it comes to fine dining, the French are at the top of the tree.
No junk food for the discerning French and moi!
Colin

Huggybear said...

The food and drink on that table don't look too FRANCAIS to me,
more like Suburbia USA!
Colin

Martha said...

Makes sense.

Fundy Blue said...

Breakfast, lunch dinner; breakfast, dinner, supper. I think my family tended to call the biggest meal dinner, whenever that occurred.