on our front page this week…
1- Bonne Année, Bonne Santé!
Bourvil, was a French actor and singer best known for his roles in comedy films. His popularity is based on his humanity and his self-mockery, who have never abdicated to success: "It is someone who has always remained humble" each of us could recognize himself in him, somewhere ...
“A l’année prochaine”, literally “see you next year”. This is something French people love to say when they know they won’t see a person before the end of the year. And be prepared to hear “bonne année” until February every time you see someone you last saw the year before.
What we like best
We love those cookies with hazelnuts and dark chocolate that the Parisian chef Jean-François Piège makes for his son Antoine and that he calls NOISETTES COOKIES FOR MY SON
For 30 cookies, Preparation time: 15 min Cooking time: 8 min.
215 g half-salted butter ointment
170 g caster sugar
25 g egg yolks
80 g of liquid vanilla extract
365 g of flour ½ sachet of baking powder
215 g brown sugar
375 g of dark chocolate
50 g of hazelnuts
40 g egg whites
Preheat the oven to 150 °C
Mix the butter, sugar, egg yolks, egg whites and vanilla extract until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Add the flour, baking powder and brown sugar. In the end, stir in chocolate and crushed hazelnuts. Using an ice cream scoop, take some dough pieces and place them on a Teflon plate. Bake for 8 min .
🎉 Warmest Wishes for a Happy New Year!🎉
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