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The galette of Brittany

by Camille Winkler

Here is the recipe for galettes, a typical dish from Brittany, which can be eaten traditionally with one egg, ham and emmental cheese, also called “galette complète”. You can also choose your own filling! For example, with smoked trout, cream and chives or with goat cheese, nuts and honey. 

The piperade of the Basque Country

by Camille Winkler

Here is the recipe for piperade, a typical dish from the Basque country, which can be eaten with meat, such as chicken or lamb, or fish, such as tuna. It can also be eaten with scrambled eggs and Bayonne ham. Bayonne ham is also a speciality of the Basque Country, it is cured and dried raw pork ham that is eaten in very thin slices.

Our Spring Photo Contest - The results!

by Camille Winkler

Discover the winners of our photo contest about "Frenchness beyond clichés"!

Today, let’s learn about Rosa Bonheur, the Most Famous Female Artist of the 19th Century.

The content of this article has been sponsored by VeronicTravel and was originally written by Véronique. For more information, contact her at: www.veroniquetravel.com | vero@veroniquetravel.com | 917 495 5058

New virtual classrooms at AF Westchester

by Rachel Villeger

A lot has been happening at AF Westchester since the start of the pandemic. In this blog post, we're excited to introduce our new virtual online classes!

Today, let’s learn about Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, a French sculptor from Colmar (Alsace) internationally known for being the author of the Statue of Liberty.

The content of this article has been sponsored by VeronicTravel and was originally written by Véronique. For more information, contact her at: www.veroniquetravel.com | vero@veroniquetravel.com | 917 495 5058