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French baguettes get UNESCO heritage status

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By Olga NEDBAEVA, Eric RANDOLPH

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Baguettes will still be consumed and Japanese folk dances still performed without the pseudo imprimatur of UNESCO, another bloated bureaucracy of the UN.

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I do enjoy the occasional baguette. Will it taste better with UNESCO? Probably not. Just like my Cornish Pastie and Champagne.

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Love baguettes

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My daily onigiri should have that status.

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Surely gyoza should have UNESCO status, along with chip butty

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A crusty baguette along with snails in garlic butter and a chilled dry white wine, a heavenly combination.

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