Some culinary masters say diners who snap photos for social-media postings are destroying France's storied gastronomic traditions.
Colette Davidson, Contributor /
March 8, 2014
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You probably know the scene all too well: You’re seated at a restaurant with friends when the dish arrives. It is so expertly presented that someone feels overwhelmingly compelled to pull out a cell phone to snap a photo. With a quick tap of the finger, the glamorized food image is uploaded onto Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest – for millions to see.