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February 28, 2014

French Language Group takes to the kitchen!

Je cuisine, tu cuisines, il/elle cuisine… Students in the French Language Program in the Global Scholars Hall gathered for two delicious cooking show and tell.

The demonstration kitchen in the Global Scholars Hall has been busy! On April 19, GSH French Language Assistant Rylee Wightman shared a favorite recipe of Belgian waffles with French majors, their Francophile friends in GSH, and Professor Fabienne Moore (language coordinator for the program). Ingredients, preparation, cooking and tasting: tout en français et avec des rires!

A week later, on April 26, crêpes were l’ordre du jour, with an appetizing selection of fillings: le Nutella, des fraises, des myrtilles, des bananes, du citron, du caramel beurre salé and, from Professor Moore’s Toulouse region, du sucre à la violette. Who discovered the art of the right preparation (sans grumeaux s’il vous plait)? Who tried flipping a crêpe? Who was the most gourmand and stuffed his/her crêpe to the brim? We shall not say… The point of the Vivre en français GSH program is for juniors in GSH to practice French outside the classroom in a relaxed setting, while connecting with each other! FrenchLangGroupCooking3 FrenchLangGroupCooking2 FrenchLangGroupCooking1



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