With which famous Burgundian would you most like to be stranded for three hours on a ferris wheel?
Dumnorix (active circa 50 BC), a chieftain of the Aedui who opposed Julius Caesar.
Gustave Eiffel (b. 1832 in Dijon), civil engineer and architect.
Odo of Cluny (circa 879-942), a Benedictine monk, 2nd Abbot of Cluny and saint; he invented alphabetic musical notation.
Which tourist attraction in Burgundy would you most like to visit in the company of Gérard Depardieu?
Château de Sully
Hospices de Beaune
Cathedral of St. Étienne in Auxerre
What would you rather dip into Dijon mustard?
Pig in a Blanket
You are Oeufs en Meurette! You are poached eggs in a dark, rich sauce of red wine, bacon, shallots and butter. You are not made in America as often as you should be.
You are Andouillette! You are a sausage made of pig intestines. Your fragrance is sometimes characterized as "fecal," but those who like you, love you.
You are Boeuf Bourguignon! A classic regional dish, you are beef braised in red wine. Julia Child called you "one of the most delicious beef dishes concocted by man."
Burgundy is known around the world for its exquisite wines but it also boasts many delicious regional dishes. Which are you?