If you’re writing about food, you should perhaps maybe possibly know something about food, or at least care enough about the subject to do a little basic research. Unless you’re writing for Yahoo! Shine. In that case, subject-matter knowledge is optional.
If your knowledge of French is just a little wobbly, and you’re unwilling to consult a dictionary, perhaps you should just call an hors d’oeuvre an “appetizer.” If you’re writing an article about OddFellows maybe you should make an effort to spell it correctly:
Marshmallow creme is the gooey stuff that goes into a fluffernutter. Marshmallow Fluff, probably the most popular brand of marshmallow creme, is a proper noun. But maybe that’s not what you were going for, or were you?
So, proofreading isn’t your forte. If your misspelling of Humphry Slocombe and macarons is any indication, spelling and food aren’t your forte, either: