Honestly, when it comes to language, and objects, actions, and thoughts that get named something, I believe that whatever the majority calls it should be correct.
All rights reserved. I listened to your recording a few times this morning, but even so I still cant get my head around the pronunciation. Also depending on how murrican you are you gotta watch out for French R's. I live near a Pho King, as well, and only realized how funny it is after I learned that I'd been pronouncing "pho" incorrectly. Bru-sket-ta Gh-ee clarified butter Gnyo-key like you're going to say gnome Yee-row Pie-aye-ya massive seafood dish including but not limited too shrimp, crab, muscles, clams, fish and spices.
Try going to Paris and telling them you want the "koobeeyon. This is a very cool feature that I didn't know about. I'm sure there is some nitpicking to be had like the hard c at the end of beurre blanc, but whatever. Post a comment!
Try it on google translate.
I avoided recording 'pho', because that's impossible for me. In addition, it can be dressed up or down—you can find plain gnocchi on the kids menu or seasonal butternut squash gnocchi.How to pronounce - gnocchi
Worked in a Greek restaurant. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. FrenchGuyCooking can probably do the French words and I don't know any others but spend some time and look around. However, that's also a horrifying thought, as we Americans really tend to butcher naming things and I find that our words for certain things are horribly ignorant of what the rest of the world calls them.
Log in or sign up in seconds. Google helps but I'd rather find someone from the culture and ask them.
Easy my poor little brain might swallow. June 12, 2018. There is a wide spectrum of accents throughout the world, even just in Italy alone, so it is unfair to say that there is just one right way to say it. Fu Pouilly-Fuisse: I'm from New York. Want to add to the discussion?
I've used google translate quite a bit and never tried the button for pronouncing it. Estoc is one. To all "French"-speaking Americans I can say this: