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"Jardin d'hiver - Keren Ann"

​Keren Ann Zeidel (Hebrew: קרן אן זיידל‎‎ born 10 March 1974 in Caesarea, Israel), known professionally as Keren Ann, is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and engineer based largely in Paris, Tel Aviv, and New York City. 482 more words


Toasting FRENCH ... with Coffee!

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French press

The Coffee Brewing Device.
A French press set and coffee

A French press, also known as a cafetière, сafetière à piston, Cafeteria, press pot, coffee press, or coffee plunger, is a coffee brewing device patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani in 1929.[1] 410 more words


Friends, French & Fridays: C'est La Vie a sung by Emerson, Lake and Palmer

Emerson, Lake and Palmer is an English progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released as a double album in March 1977 on Atlantic Records. Following their successful 1974 world tour, the group took a break from recording and touring. 1,143 more words


Breakfast Crepes – The Boston Fit

Looking for something to make for breakfast? These crepes are quick and easy to make.

Whole Foods sells these French Crepe shells by Jacquet that are delicious and really convenient for those of you who love crepes but do not want to go through the struggle of making crepe batter to make only one crepe. 116 more words

Back In The Day

Cream Puffs Recipe - Bon Appétit Recipe (Compliments to a bold cup of French Roast coffee)

​Cream Puffs

The cream puff is the Eiffel Towel of Parisian pastries: iconic, beloved, and displayed everywhere. The recipe is so irrefutably timeless that even Pierre Hermé, France’s most famous (and endlessly innovative) pastry chef, still uses the formula he learned as a 14-year-old apprentice. 429 more words



French language in Vietnam

French was the official language of Vietnam from the beginning of French colonial rule in the mid-19th century until independence under the Geneva Accords of 1954, and maintained de facto official status in South Vietnam until its collapse in 1975. 727 more words