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Food 'is key part of cheap ski breaks'

14 December 2009
Ski News brought to you by SkiWeekends.com, specialists in Bargain Ski Holidays and Ski Holidays in France.

People heading on a short ski break this new year will be spoilt for choice when it comes to food.

Tom Parker-Bowles, writing for the Daily Mail, said that one of the best things about skiing is sampling all of the food on the way down the mountain.

"Skiing is one of the very few forms of enjoyable exercise, enabling even the most calorie-conscious of individuals to eat their weight in stodge without piling on the flab," he added.

Recommended in France is the wide range of cheeses, with Gruyère being entirely different to UK supermarket versions, while fondue is the ideal way to indulge after skiing.

Other options include wonderful cured pork, including salami and sausages, while air-dried beef and game stews are also hearty meals which are on offer.

Cheap ski breaks in France are ideal at the moment thanks to lots of snowfall over the weekend, providing perfect snow conditions.

Fantastic Short Ski Holidays in France.

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