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26 February 2018

Also known as the Fête des Blanchisseuses (‘The Washerwomen’s Festival’), Le Carnaval des Femmes was inspired by an old tradition, by which the laundrywoman of Paris would elect a queen for the day, and then parade with her through the streets, joyous and decked out in their best clothes. Read More

Intraduisible #21

26 February 2018

The verb mitonner, which means ‘to cook up slowly’, can also be used in an informal context to talk about someone who is preparing or plotting something. Read More

La Fête du Citron

23 February 2018

The theme of this year’s Fête du Citron is Bollywood, so if you take a trip to the town of Menton, you might see colourful elephants, Buddhas, or even a Taj Mahal!… Read More

Sole Meunière

23 February 2018

Follow this simple recipe for Sole Meunière - a delicious rustic French dish consisting of fish cooked in butter and lemon. … Read More

French Film: Potiche

23 February 2018

François Ozon’s 2010 film Potiche is an amusing and elegantly told story of a woman and her fight to shake off the role that society, and her own family, have imposed on her. Read More

WEEK-END EN BELGIQUE

23 February 2018

Why not take the opportunity to explore a different French-speaking culture by joining this weekend trip to Belgium, complete with canals, chocolate and beer!… Read More

French Joke #15

15 February 2018

The Carambar is a quintessentially French sweet. This chewy caramel candy has almost become a national image of France. In 1961 Carambar began to include jokes so that each sweet came with a riddle inside. These have now become particularly famous for their poor quality. The French have even created the expression ‘les blagues Carambar’ to refer to a bad… Read More

Les Blagues Carambar – French Joke #14

8 February 2018

The Carambar is a quintessentially French sweet. This chewy caramel candy has almost become a national image of France. In 1961 Carambar began to include jokes so that each sweet came with a riddle inside. These have now become particularly famous for their poor quality. The French have even created the expression ‘les blagues Carambar’ to refer to a bad… Read More

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