Let 'em eat Fontainebleau

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Paul Bremer

"The food in Iraq is delicious," says [Paul] Bremer, "a blend of standard Arabic cuisine with Persian influences and Turkish influence in the north. And the Kurds live in a garden paradise -- they can grow anything: nuts, apples, pears, apricots, grapes, melons, herbs. They make great goat cheeses, cow's milk cheeses and the best honey I've eaten anywhere."

Do I really need to say more? [LINK via Wonkette]

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