Bon Appetit!!

Today, the hsLIFE teen co-op had their last (sadly) French Cooking class.

Kendra and I reading the galette recipe

Kendra and I reading the galette recipe

We made galette, a French cake traditionally made on January 6th (Epiphany).

Alex and Laura making the galette!

Alex and Laura making the galette!

 Before you bake the galette, you put a feve, or trinket, in the cream filling. Whoever gets the piece with the trinket is the King or Queen and gets the crown. Actually, whoever gets the trinket is supposed to give the crown to their chosen King or Queen. But most people don’t do that.

Alex: "What do I do with THESE?!?!?"

Alex: "What do I do with THESE?!?!?"

Rafael, contemplating his inner chef-ness

Rafael, contemplating his inner chef-ness

Mmmmm, this stuff is good!

Mmmmm, this stuff is good!

Au revoir!!

About nevillegirl

Elizabeth. University of Iowa class of 2019. Triple majoring in English & Creative Writing, Journalism, and Gender, Women's, & Sexuality Studies. Twenty-one-year-old daydreamer, introvert, voracious reader, aspiring writer, and lesbian. Passionate about feminism, mental health, comic books, and cats.
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4 Responses to Bon Appetit!!

  1. Darrel Frogknife says:

    Hmmmm. Does Neville cook also? What a reniassance “thingey”!

  2. Neville says:

    Yes, I do cook!! But sometimes I fall into the cooking pot because I’m so little!

    • Darrel Frogknife says:

      If you fall into the pot, do you get cooked? What does a “Neville” taste like? Chicken? Hmm, I’m starting to get hungry. When’s dinner, Neville?

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