French bread, baguette, in the UK is also called “French stick”, which literally translates to “French stick”. The classic image that the British people imagine the French people is the image of a man wearing a beret, with a long loaf of bread hanging in front of a bicycle basket. Compared with other breads sprinkled with spices such as sesame, olives, cheese, raisins, authentic French bread has the true sweetness of flour toasted on fire. The inside is soft and hot, smeared with butter or olive oil for a very catchy appetizer, no need for meat, fish or seafood. My most memorable memory in the garden of Luxembourg, Paris is when I was eating a roast chicken sandwich on the lawn with a group of strangers sitting nearby, also munching on bread. A security guard passed by and told them to go somewhere else, not to sit on the grass. Everyone dispersed continuously, until this man turned his back, he gathered back to eat bread calmly as if nothing happened.