Affichage des articles du décembre, 2015
We were so thrilled today, we just received our penpal letters! They are from San Diego, California . They are 3rd graders (CE2). They had so many things to write! What a nice surprise and gift it was for my pupils! We checked where San Diego is on the globe. It is so far! We got the last letter for Juliette at 5:00 pm French time, it was 8:00 am for them! Time difference is 9 hours. So exciting! Having a penpal is such a nice way of learning new vocabulary, new culture, new ways of living, also to learn about geography, time difference, etc. and it is so much fun! We live here! Our penpals live in the USA, but are from many different countries such as Ethiopia, Italy, Mexico, Irak, etc. so English is not necessarily their first language!
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Bonjour à tous, Voici comme promis la recette et la vidéo de la très British "apple pie". Nous nous sommes régalés cette semaine! INGREDIENTS: 1 kg apples 150 g caster sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 350 g plain flour, plus 2 tbsp for the filling 220 g butter, cold and cut into cubes 2 eggs 50 g golden caster sugar Cream or ice cream to serve STEP 1: MAKE THE PASTRY Put 350g plain flour and the butter into a food processor and pulse it until it becomes breadcrumbs. If you don't have a processor just use a big bowl and rub the two together until it turns into breadcrumb consistency. Next add the golden caster sugar, 1 whole egg and 1 egg yolk. Save the left over egg white for later. Keep pulsing (or mixing) until it forms big lumps then you can mould it into a ball with your hands. Wrap the pastry in cling film and pop it in the fridge for 30 -- 45 minutes. STEP 2: MAKE THE FILLING Peel and core the apples, then chop into small chunks and leave to one side. In a large bowl b