THANK YOU !

A big THANK YOU to the wondeful families who came to the CURIEUX DEFIS !
It was a lovely day and we had a great time. We were happy to meet our students’ parents.
The cakes and dishes were delicious, and the teachers shared what was left at the end… mmmm, yummy !
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YOUR TEACHER’S PERSONAL BROWNIES RECIPE !

Many students said they loved my brownies at the “Curieux D√©fis” last Saturday so here is the recipe :

Here is a link to an on-line dictionary if you don’t undestand : Wordreference.

Ingredients :
250g of butter
200g of dark chocolate
300g of sugar (white or brown)
4 eggs
175g of flour
you can add nuts if you like them

Directions :
Preheat the oven th. 5 (electric oven : 150 ¬į).
In a saucepan, melt the butter and chocolate together (diced).
Remove from the heat. Add the sugar and the eggs, one by one. Stir well.
Add the flour slowly. Stir well.
Pour in a large rectangular dish (grease the dish and sprinkle with flour first!).
Put in the oven and cook for 25-30 minutes.

Leave to cool, refrigerate.
Cut in small squares (about 12 squares for this recipe).

Enjoy… It’s delicious !

Gloucestershire Cheese Rolling competition

The British sometimes¬†enjoy strange sports… like Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling and Wake.

Every year competitors run down an almost vertical hill in Gloucester, UK, chasing an 8lb Double Gloucester Cheese. It can never really be caught as it rolls down too fast, but the first person to cross the line at the bottom of the hill wins the cheese. Thousands of spectators turn out for the event each year and, unsurprisingly, there are usually a good few injuries. Ambulances are ready to drive the casualties away to the local hospital.

via Gloucestershire Cheese Rolling 2007 – YouTube.