In French cuisine, parmentier (pahr-mawn-tcc-yay) is the term applied to any dish in which potatoes figure prominently – for example, the classic French potato soup is called POTAGE PARMENTIER.

The name comes from Antoine-Auguste Parmentier, a French agronomist and writer who popularized the potato in France during the eighteenth century.

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