Good Evening Everyone,
Today our boarders started breakfast with a delicious French dish: le Pain Perdu.
For lunch at Eiger they enjoyed pasta with pesto and ravioli with tomato sauce and grana cheese.
Finally, for dinner they had quinoa with vegetables and royal cod fillet.
Have a nice evening 😊
Collège Du Léman Team ☺️
For our usual International Dinner, we had French Food 🇫🇷
Our students were presented with
Some interesting facts about French Cuisine 👨🏻🍳
- French gastronomy is included in UNESCO’s list of the world’s “intangible cultural heritage”
- The French Have a special bread law: Yes, the French have a special law for bread which states that homemade bread must be fully kneaded, shaped, and baked at the same place where they are sold.
- French fries are not actually French: French Fries, locally known as Frites, originated in Belgium. The story goes on to state that during World war I, Americans who were deployed in Belgium were introduced to this delicacy and since the language spoken in the region was French, they dubbed this snack French fries.
We wish you a good day! 🙌🏻
Collège du Léman Team 😊