Top 5 Events At Gascoyne Food Festival 2019

Top 5 Events At Gascoyne Food Festival 2019

Mt Augustus. Image: Supplied What happens at the western-most point of Australia during winter? A food festival, of course! The main hub for the Gascoyne Food Festival is in Carnarvon, a coastal town with uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean. The events, however, range from the within the town itself to 450 kilometres away, making this a wonderful month-long escape for those who love cruising the open road. There are ten events to choose from, but we’ve decided to trim it down to five brilliant degustations for you to indulge in. We hope you’re up for a nice drive! Taste of Gascoyne Sunset BBQ
Join the Gascoyne Food Council and Carnarvon-born chef Stuart Laws as they host a sunset BBQ to showcase all the magnificent produce from the Gascoyne region. Set in the Carnarvon Civic Centre courtyard, this promises to be a wonderful opening night feast, with South American-style BBQ goat and lamb from Mundillya Meats, Meedo Station, award-winning Mundillya Homestead as well as seafood, local fruit and vegetables. The local community are chipping in too, creating special dishes that represent the diversity in Carnarvon. Carnarvon, WA 94 Gourmet Island Escape
Think platters of Shark Bay prawns, plump scallops, juicy snow crabs, fresh whiting and pink snapper on an island paradise off the coast. Welcome to Dirk Hartog Island and their Gourmet Island Escape. Discovered in 1616, the island is one of the Coral Coast’s undiscovered gems, home to a beautiful ecosystem. With fresh fruit and vegetables flown in from nearby Carnarvon, visitors will feast on the freshest seafood and gourmet cuisine, produced by Russell Blaikie and George Cooper, two of the country’s leading chefs, in an authentic beachfront ocean to plate experience. Dirk Hartog Island, WA Various packages Fiesta de Quobba
135km north of Carnarvon is Red Bluff on Quobba Station, and it’s here where Head Chef Stuart Laws has established another delectable event, Fiesta de Quobba. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Red Bluff’s beauty with a glass of sangria in your hand. Guests will feast on Shark Bay seafood paella or a fresh Carnarvon veggie alternative, salads and of course sangria till the sun goes down. There’s also live entertainment to keep the fiesta going. Then, after a night’s camping, you’ll be served breakfast (with sea spray in your hair as a complimentary gift). Red Bluff, WA 103 6-Course Craft Beergustation
We were sold when we heard “6-course craft beergustation”! This hoppy event will take place at Froth Craft Brewery, Australia’s western-most brewery, restaurant and live music venue. They will serve up a winning combo of toe tappin’ live music coupled with a gourmet feast that pairs each delectable course with a craft beer specially brewed on-site. French trained Head Chef Marie Fisher and British Columbian Head Brewer/Co-owner Tyler Little will personally present each course to discerning diners. There’s also a stunning view of Exmouth Gulf as an added extra. Even if you can’t make it for the Beergustation, this quirky brewery is well worth a visit. Exmouth, WA 203.90 Australia’s Biggest BBQ at the World’s Biggest Rock
Really take in the outback of WA at Mount Augustus/Burringurrah – the world’s biggest monolith (twice the size of Uluru). You’ll be served outback beef cooked on roaring open fire pits with locally sourced vegetables on the side. Head Chef Stuart Laws will be on the tongs; think juicy, rare beef steaks, tender ribs and a mouth-watering dessert created especially for this event. It’s also the perfect opportunity to explore this wild and unspoiled part of the world; a landscape full of natural wonders and unique flora and fauna. Even the drive there will be worth it.

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A rare glimpse into the sweeping — and potentially troubling — cloud kitchens trend

Independent restaurant owners may be doomed, and perhaps grocery stores, too.
Such is the conclusion of a growing chorus of observers who’ve been closely watching a new and powerful trend gain strength: that of cloud kitchens, or fully equipped shared spaces for restaurant owners, most of them quick-serve operations.
While viewed peripherally as an interesting and, for some companies, lucrative development, the movement may well transform our lives in ways that enrich a small set of companies while zapping jobs and otherwise taking a toll on our neighborhoods. Renowned VC Michael Moritz of Sequoia Capital seemed to warn about this very thing in a Financial Times column that appeared last month, titled “The cloud kitchen brews a storm for local restaurants.”
Moritz begins by pointing to the runaway success of Deliveroo , the London-based delivery service that relies on low-paid, self-employed delivery riders who delivery local restaurant food to customers — including from shared kitchens that Deliveroo itself operates, including in London and Paris.
He believes that Amazon’s recent investment in the company “might just foreshadow the day when the company, once just known as the world’s largest bookseller, also becomes the world’s largest restaurant company.”
That’s bad news for people who run restaurants, he adds, writing, “For now the investment looks like a simple endorsement of Deliveroo. But proprietors of small, independent restaurants should tighten their apron strings. Amazon is now one step away from becoming a multi-brand restaurant company — and that could mean doomsday for many dining haunts.”
The good news . . . and the bad
He’s not exaggerating. While shared kitchens have so far been optimistically received as a potential pathway for food entrepreneurs to launch and grow their businesses — particularly as more people turn to take out — there are many downsides that may well outweigh the good, or certainly counteract it. Last year, for example, UBS wrote a note to its clients titled “ Is the kitchen dead ?” wherein it suggested the rise of food delivery apps like Deliveroo and Uber Eats could well prove ruinous for home cooks and as well as fresh food providers, including restaurants and supermarkets.
The economics are just too alluring, suggested the bank. Food is already inexpensive to have delivered because of cheap labor, and that will cost center will disappear entirely if delivery drones every take off. Meanwhile, food is becoming cheaper to make because of central kitchens, the kind that Deliveroo is opening and Uber is reportedly beginning move into, as well. (In March, Bloomberg reported that Uber is testing out a program in Paris where it’s renting out fully equipped, commercial-grade kitchens to serve businesses that selling food on delivery apps like Uber Eats.)
The favorable case for cloud kitchens argues that businesses using the spaces are paying less than they would for traditional restaurant real estate, but the reality is also that most of the businesses moving into them right now aren’t small restaurateurs but quick service brands that already have a following and aren’t particular known for emphasis on food quality but instead for churning out affordable food, fast.
As Eric Greenspan, an L.A.-based chef who has appeared on many Food Network shows and has opened and closed numerous restaurants over the course of his career, explains in a new, independent documentary about cloud kitchens : “Delivery is the fastest growing market in restaurants. What started out as 10 percent of your sales is now 30 percent of your sales, and [the industry predicts] it will be 50 to 60 percent of a quick-serve restaurant’s sales within the next three to five years. So you take that, plus the fact that quick-serve brands are kind of the key to getting a fat payout at the end of the day . . .”
During an age when fewer people frequent them traditional restaurants — with their overhead and turnover and razor-thin margins — running one simply makes less and less sense, Greenspan continues. “[Opening] up a brick-and-mortar restaurant these days is just like giving yourself a job. Now [with centralized kitchens], as long as the product is coming out strong, I don’t need to be there as a presence. I can quality control remotely now. I can go online and [sign out of a marketplace like Postmates or UberEats or Deliveroo] and not piss off any customers, because if I just decided to close the restaurant one day, and you drove over and it was closed, you’d be pissed. But if you’re looking for [one of my restaurants] in Uber Eats and you can’t find it because I turned it off, well, you’re not pissed. You just order something else.”
Big players only need apply . . .
The model works for now for Greenspan, who is running numerous restaurant “concepts” from one cloud kitchen in L.A. Perhaps unsurprisingly, that facility belongs in part to Uber cofounder Travis Kalanick, who was quicker than some to grok the opportunity that shared kitchens present. In fact, it was early last year that he announced he was investing $150 million in a startup called City Storage Systems that focused on repurposing distressed real estate assets and turning them into spaces for new industries, like food delivery.
That company owns CloudKitchens , which invites chains, as well as independent restaurant and food truck owners, to lease space in one of their facilities for a monthly fee, along with additional fees for data analytics meant to help the entrepreneurs boost their sales.
The pitch to restaurateurs is that CloudKitchens can reduce their overhead, but of course, the company is also amassing all kinds of data about its tenants and their customer preferences in the process that one could them seeing using over time. Little wonder that Amazon wants in, or that these outfits have at least one serious competitor in China — Panda Selected — that is doing exactly the same thing and which raised $50 million led by Tiger Global Management earlier this year.
No one can fault these savvy entrepreneurs for seizing on what looks like a gigantic business opportunity. Still, the kitchens, which make all the sense in the world from an investment standpoint, should not be embraced so readily as a panacea, either.
Most obviously, they rely on the same people who drive Ubers and handle food deliveries — people who aren’t afforded health benefits and whose financial picture is forever precarious as a result. As with Uber drivers, Deliveroo employees tried to gain status as “workers” last year with better pay and paid but they were denied these rights because they have the option of asking other riders to take their deliveries. The EU Parliament more recently passed new rules to protect so-called gig economy workers, though the measures don’t go far. (Meanwhile, in the U.S, Uber and Lyft continue to fight legislation that would give employee status to contract workers.)
Ripple effects . . .
Matt Newberg, a founder and foodie from New York, says he could see the writing on the wall when he recently toured CloudKitchen’s two L.A. facilities, along with the shared kitchens of two other companies: Kitchen United which last fall raised $10 million from GV, and and Fulton Kitchens , which offers commercial kitchens for rent on an annual basis.
Newberg is responsible for the aforementioned documentary (which you can also watch below), and he suggests that he most taken aback by the conditions of the first facility that CloudKitchens opened and operates on West Washington Boulevard in South L.A. Though most restaurant kitchens are chaotic scenes, Newberg said that as “someone who loves food and sustainability” the easy-to-miss warehouse didn’t feel “very humane” to him when he walked through it. It’s windowless for one thing (it’s a warehouse). Newberg says that he also counted 27 kitchens packed into what are “maybe 250-square-feet to 300 square-foot spaces,” and a lot of people who appeared to be in panic mode. “Imagine lots of screaming, lots of sirens triggered when an order gets backed up, tablets everywhere.”
Adds Newberg, “When i walked in, I was like, holy shit, no one even knows this exists in L.A. It felt like Ground Zero. It felt like a military base. I mean, it seemed genius, but also crazy.”
Newberg says CloudKitchen’s second, newer location is far nicer, as are the facilities of Kitchen United and Fulton Kitchens. “That [second CloudKitchen warehouse] felt like a WeWork for kitchens. Super sleek. It was as quiet as a server farm. There were still no windows, but the kitchens are nicer and bigger.”
Growing pains . . .
Every startup has growing pains, naturally, and presumably, shared kitchen companies are not immune to these. Still, Moritz, the venture capitalist, warns that they will benefit some far more than others. Writing in the FT , he says that in the early 2000s, his firm, Sequoia, invested in a chain of kebab restaurants called Faasos that planned to delivery meals to customers’ homes but was getting crushed by high rents and turnover among other things, so opened a centralized kitchen to sell kebobs. Now, he says, Fassos produces a wide variety of foods, including other Indian specialities but also Chinese and Italian dishes under separate brand names.
It’s the same playbook that Eric Greenspan is using, telling Food & WIne magazine last year that his goal was ultimately to have six delivery-only concepts running simultaneously, with two menus each for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Greenberg, who is obviously media savvy, can probably pull it off, too, as has Fassos. But for restaurants that are not known franchises or have the star appeal of celebrity chef, the future might not look so bright.
Writes Moritz: “In some markets there is still an opportunity for hardened restaurant and kitchen operators — particularly if they are gifted in the use of social media to build a following and refashion themselves. But they need to move quickly before it becomes too expensive to compete with the larger, faster-moving companies. The mere prospect of Amazon using cloud kitchens to provide cuisine catering to every taste — and delivering these meals through services such as Deliveroo — should be enough to give any restaurateur heartburn.”
It should also worry people who care about their neighborhoods. Cloud kitchens may make it easier and cheaper than ever to order take-out, but there will be consequences, some of which most of us have yet to imagine.

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Bahraini Food Is Delectable

Leave a Comment on Bahraini Food Is Delectable Every time, I think of Bahrain, I am reminded of its deliciousness. Age-old recipes, traditional methods, fresh ingredients, high-quality dry fruits and aromatic spices make the best of a Bahraini meal. Despite the influence of fusion food and foreign influx, traditional eateries continue to rule the dining scene in this small but pretty island nation. Some of the passionate locals have safeguarded the authentic recipes, heritage food and the legacies of spices with all their heart and soul. I loved the food there and was thoroughly impressed with the way the locals enjoy their food. This post is about celebrating the culinary spirit of the country. Breakfast menu us delish! Salads are an important part of meals in Bahrain. Bahrainis love their food and this is how it should be! Bahrain may have evolved as a progressive and cosmopolitan country but in some ways it is still traditional and old-school. One of the things that keeps it grounded and connected to roots is definitely its food. I truly admired the way the locals take out time to indulge in traditional cuisines and sumptuous Bahraini spreads. Usually when we visit a new city in a new country, we look forward to the lavish breakfast buffet in the hotels. But in Bahrain, you will want to skip the variety. I bet you will eat your hotel breakfast for 1 or 2 days but after that you will head to the famous cafes which are known for their breakfast menus. Haji’s, Saffron, Raazji are some of the places that every one will tell you about. You just can’t miss the food there. Bahrainis are very fond of grills! Don’t miss the saffron drink at SAFFRON
This is what I wrote about Bahrain in GULF WEEKLY ! Lamb Goozi is a much-loved rice delicacy! Pilavs are of many varieties . How Bahrain spoiled me? I was literally spoiled for choices. There was always a lavish spread from mezze to variety of hummus, leafy salads, fritters or taboule, egg dishes, chicken curries, various grills, slow-cooked meats, pilaf, loads of khubz (flat breads) accompanied by tea, coffee, saffron and milk drink, labaan followed by sweet desserts, dates and fruits. After my first humongous meal, I knew that Bahraini meal has a special character of its own. And the takeaway is not just the flavors but much more. There is no doubt that the locals take their grills and kebabs very seriously and rice dishes are about elaborate and slow-cooking. When it comes to spices, it isn’t hard to conclude that Bahrainis believe in generous use of cloves, peppercorns, nutmeg, cinnamon, paprika, coriander, cardamom and cumin, just like Indians. While traditional flatbread, Khubz, baked in an oven, are popular with hummus, eggs, grills and curries, rice dishes make for a complete meal. While Qoozi (Ghoozi) is a traditional rice delicacy, there is another very popular combination of meat or fish served with rice called machboos. Then there is Gulf’s fresh and favorite fish, Hamour which is prepared in all forms steamed, grilled or in curry. Local coffee is called gahwa and is served in a coffee pot called finjan. The Bahrainis love tea and therefore kadak chai is becoming a favorite. Another popular beverage that is flavorful and appetizing is the salted buttermilk (served with or without mint) called laban. For your sweet tooth, there is baklava, kunafa, umm alli. For some more authentic treats, you must visit the Manama Souq for Halwa and Zalibi and get it packed from the local sweets shop. Dates and nuts are important ingredient of almost all recipes and are available in abundance in the suqs. Beans with eggs! You will love them with Khaboos. Labaan Too many lamb dishes to try! In Bahrain, one must eat the local Bahraini breakfast! The capital city, Manama may be home to many five star hotels and posh buildings but its narrow alleyways still boast of age-old cafes and eateries, which serve only traditional food. My breakfast trips to Haji’s café in Manama and Saffron Muharraq are as enjoyable and memorable to me as the trips to Bahrain International Circuit and A’ali Village. In these local hideouts, you really don’t have to look at the menu to pick. Just by looking around, you would know what to order and if you are accompanied by a local, they would do the best for you. Every order must begin with some omelets, balaleet (sweet saffron vermicelli is topped with eggs), shakshuka (poached eggs are cooked in a tomato gravy), hummus and saffron drink (with or without milk). Fried Chicken liver or Chicken liver saute is a popular delicacy served at breakfast or you may also go for the cheese platter. The breads (khaboos) are an obsession in this part of the world. They are served so fresh and soft that no one keeps a count of how many they eat in each meal. Rose drink -Rasoi by Vineet! If you are having second thoughts of not finding enough for the vegetarian in you, I must clear the doubts instantly. Bahraini cafes and restaurants offer a lot of plant based dishes. The best of saffron royal breakfast is vegetarian. The kebab rolls are delicious. For other meals of the day, there are enough salads, hummus, lentils, eggplant, spiced tomato, baked beans (luba) and chickpea dishes. The humble yellow dal is readily available with steamed white rice. Fried balls of chickpeas, falafel with hummus are also very popular here. Some of the restaurants which you can visit for lunch and dinner are Rasoi by Vineet, Villa Mamas, Naseef, Tabreej . Bahraini coffee You will not miss your Samosas. Ask for Samboosa. You got to eat these in Bahrain Some of the dishes that I absolutely loved were lamb goozi (lamb cooked in rice), samboosa (samosa ), zinjibari (small bun stuffed with cheese), luba (spiced baked beans), balaleet (sweet vermicelli eaten with omelette), mihyawa, (bread coated with fish dressing), machboos (rice with meat), mahalabia (milk flavored with dates or cardamom).Tabbouleh, hummus , khubz, saffron drink, Karak tea are a must on every table. Samboosa – This is a very popular snack which is a cheesy version of samosas. They are smaller in size though. Zinzibari – It is yet another very unique, sweet and salty snack. It made with both cheese and jam or sugar powder. Muhammar- Sweet rice cooked elaborately and then served in combination with fried Safi (rabbit fish) or Chanad (mackerel fish). Mahyawa – It is a tangy, fermented sauce made from fish. Gaimat – Fried doughs covered with honey, sesame and dates. These are sweet dumplings, a favorite in Ramadan too. Goozi – Slow cooked lamb (or chicken) in rice. Grills – The meat grills in Bahrain are laced with spices and nicely cooked over coal. They are simply amazing. I would highly recommend them. Fresh sea food – At some of the best restaurants, you have the option of picking from the fresh catch display and asking the chef to prepare it in the Bahraini style or the way you like it. Machboos- rice with sea food can easily be called the national dish of Bahrain. Bahrain also flourishes with trendy restaurants but I am sure you will not get enough of its local food. When you do, you can always check out the neighborhood of ‘Block 338’ for some of the coolest eateries. Keep coming back for more updates on travel and food.

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Hue – the ideal place for the ‘Eat, Pray and Love’ journey

A- A A+ ‹Đọc› “Eat, Pray, Love” by American writer Elizabeth Gilbert was released in 2006 (Penguin Publisher) and the movie adaptation of the same name later created a trend. Travel across the continent to discover yourself and balance life. illustration
The book shares true experiences of Indian cuisine, spirituality of India, and Balinese peace – where the heroine finally finds love. But do we need to go that far to enjoy the sophistication of cuisine, immerse in the spiritual space in the temples, and walk in the most romantic setting in the world?
Hue is the ideal place where visitors can experience all that in about a week visiting animals to rest.
Located in the north of the beautiful Hai Van Pass, the ancient city of Hue possesses numerous historical ruins dating back to the 14th century. Temple temples and tombs have a shadow of the inherent ancient capital past. with ancient dynasties.
Housed in the famous line of Vietnamese cuisine, Hue dishes inherit the royal quintessence from chefs who have served the kings’ families for centuries.
The ancient temples, splendid Perfume River, the time of the Citadel are all waiting for you to leave for a wonderful discovery. Whether you are enjoying food, immersing yourself in the spiritual world or romantic little poetry, tourists can come to Hue to “awaken” all of your sense of arenas.
Eat
Although many hotels in Hue are proud to own a restaurant that serves local specialties, visitors should still try restaurants along the way to experience what the true taste is. You can stay at the home of Agoda Kelly and Cohen Platemaker and stroll along Han Thuyen Street to sample a variety of deliciously delicious soup cakes. Continue through the canal to Bach Dang Street and you will be served a hot bowl of beef noodle soup in Hue every morning from the load of the Tractor Drag or visit Nguyen Binh Khiem street to enjoy banh xeo.
Hue capital
If you walk along the Huong River, cross Truong Tien Bridge and go to Truong Dinh Street, you will encounter street vendors selling mussel rice “legendary”. And finally, don’t forget to try the “combos” of banh beo, rice cake, filter cake on Nguyen Trai street behind the Citadel – the perfect ending for a beautiful morning!
Pray
Buddhism has been a part of daily life in the ancient capital since the 16th century. Visitors can visit temples in the inner city and surrounding areas, spending hours in the temple garden. to practice meditation and talk with the monks.
Thien Mu Pagoda
Hue is home to the world-famous Buddhist leader Thich Nhat Hanh and Tu Hieu temple where he left home every day to welcome Buddhists here to pay homage to the Zen master. Guests can enjoy a pleasant break in brick-walled houses at Hue Ecolodge and from here it takes only 15 minutes to get to Tu Hieu Temple.
To love
During your trip to Hue, you’ll love what you see and love the places you set foot in. Whether walking along the Perfume River and feeling the scent of tropical scent as the sunset fades away from the Citadel, or immerse in nature at Bach Ma National Park, Hue’s charisma is almost endless. The visitors are looking for a bit of romance.
Located next to the poetic Huong River, Azerai La Residence Hue luxury hotel has an artistic style, with a saltwater pool overlooking the Citadel, worthy of a romantic getaway.
The scenic Perfume River view from Azerai La Residence Hue
Before closing the trip, don’t forget to save your memories of the ancient capital with a photo taken with the symbol “I Love Hue” (“I Love Hue”)!

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rouge,red
vert(e),green
carré(e),square
rond(e),round
assez,enough/quite
bas(se),low
la boîte,box/tin/can
la bouteille,bottle
court(e),short
le demi,half
un demi-litre,half a litre
encore de,more
étroit(e),narrow
un gramme,a gram
gros,fat
haut(e),high
un kilogramme,a kilogram
large,wide
un litre,a litre
maigre,skinny/thin
mince,slim/thin
la moitié,half
le morceau,piece
moyen/moyenne,medium/average
le nombre,number
le paquet,packet
pas mal de,quite a few
peser,to weigh
plein de,full of/lots of
la pointure,size (for shoes)
la portion,portion
le quart,quarter
suffisamment,sufficiently
la taille,size (for clothes)
tout(e),all
la tranche,slice
tranché(e),sliced
les trois-quarts (m),three-quarters
trop,too much
l’argent (m),silver
le béton,concrete
le bois,wood
le cuir,leather
le fer,iron
la laine,wool
l’or (m),gold
la soie,silk
le verre,glass
complet/complète,full
l’entrée (f),entry/entrance
fermé(e),closed
fermer,to close
interdit(e),forbidden
libre,free/vacant/unoccupied
occupé(e),taken/occupied/engaged
ouvert(e),open
ouvrir,to open
la sortie,exit
Combien?,How much/How many?
Comment?,How?
Est-ce que?,expression put before a verb that makes a sentence into a question
Où?,Where?
Pourquoi?,Why?
Quand?,When?
Que?,What?
Quel/Quelle?,Which?
Qu’est-ce que?,What?
Qu’est-ce qui?,What?
Qu-est-ce que c’est?,What is it?
Qui?,Who?
Quoi?,What?
À quelle heure?,At what time?
Que vent dire…?,What does…mean?
Quelle heure est-il?,What time is it?
à bientôt,see you soon
à demain,see you tomorrow
à tout à l’heure,see you soon/later
allô,hello (on phone)
amitiés,best wishes
au revoir,goodbye
Au secours !,Help !
bienvenue,welcome
bonjour,hello
Bonne chance !,Good luck !
bonne idée,good idea
bonne nuit,good night
bonnes vacances,have a good holiday
bonsoir,good evening
ça va bien, merci,(I am) fine, thanks
ça ne va pas bien,(I am) not well
commie ci, comme ça,so-so/ OK
Comment ça va ?,How are you ? (informal)
Comment allez-vous?,How are you? (formal)
d’accord,OK/fine
de rien,you’re welcome
désolé(e),sorry
enchanté(e),pleased to meet you
Et toi?,And you? (informal)
Et vous?,And you? (formal)
excusez-moi,excuse me (formal)
Félicitations !,Congratulations !
j’aimerais…,I would like…
je me sens…,I feel…
je ne sais pas,I don’t know
je voudrais…,I would like…
merci (beaucoup),thank you (very much)
pardon,excuse me (informal)
pas mal,not bad
Puis-je…?,May I…?
Puis-je te présenter… ?,May I introduce… ? (informal)
Puis -je vous présenter… ?,May I introduce… ? (formal)
quel dommage,what a shame
salut,hi
Santé !,Cheers !
s’il te plaît,please (informal)
s’il vous plaît,please (formal)
Super !,Great !
Voici…,this is…
à mon avis,in my opinion
absolument,absolutely
adorer,to love
aimer,to like/to love
aimer bien,to like
affreux/affreuse,awful
agréable,pleasant
amical(e),friendly
amusant(e),funny
l’avantage (m),advantage
barbant(e),boring
bien entendu,of course
bien sûr,of course, certainly
bon(ne),good
ça dépend,it depends
ça m’énerve,it gets on my nerves
ça me fait rire,it makes me laugh
ça me fait pleurer,it makes me cry
ça me plaît,I like it
ça m’est égal,I don’t care
ça ne me dit rien,it means nothing to me/I don’t fancy that/I don’t feel like it
ça suffit,that’s enough
car,because
casse-pieds,annoying
certainement,certainly
cher/chère,expensive
chouette,great
compliqué(e),complicated
content(e),happy
croire,to believe
désagréable,unpleasant
désirer,to want
détester,to hate
dire,to say/to tell
doué(e),gifted/talented
drôle,funny
embêtant(e),annoying
en général,in general
enchanté(e),delighted
ennuyeux/ennuyeuse,boring
espérer,to hope
Es-tu d’accord?,Do you agree?
étonné(e),astonished/amazed
facile,easy
faible,weak
fantastique,fantastic
formidable,great
franchement,frankly
généralement,generally
génial(e),brilliant
grâce à,thanks to
grave,serious
habile,clever
l’inconvénient (m),disadvantage
intéressant (e),interesting
s’intéresser à,to be interested in
inutile,useless
incroyable,incredible
inquiet/inquiète,worried
marrant (e),funny
en avoir marre (de),to be fed up (with)
mauvais (e),bad
merveilleux/merveilleuse,marvellous
mignon/mignonne,cute
moche,ugly
(moi) non plus,(me) neither
nouveau/nouvelle,new
nul/nulle,rubbish
par contre,on the other hand
parfait(e),perfect
passionnant(e),exciting
la peine,the bother
penser,to think
personnellement,personally
peut-être,perhaps
pourtant,however
pratique,practical
préférer,to prefer
promettre,to promise
Quel est ton avis sur…?,What is your opinion of…?
ridicule,ridiculous
rigolo/rigolote,funny
sage,well-behaved
selon moi…,in my opinion
sembler,to seem
sensass,sensational
super,great
supporter,to put up with
sympa/sympathique,nice (person)
utile,useful
vouloir,to wish/to want
vraiment,really/truly
avoir raison,to be right
avoir tort,to be wrong
corriger,to correct
l’erreur (f),error/mistake
la faute,fault/mistake
il (me) faut,you (l) must
juste,correct
obligatoire,compulsory
sûr (e),certain/sure
se tromper,to make a mistake
le CES (collège d’enseignement secondaire),secondary school
l’HLM (habitation à loyer modéré) (f),council/social housing
le SDF (sans domicile fixe),homeless person
le TGV (train à grande vitesse),high-speed train
le VTT (vélo tout terrain),mountain bike
à l’appareil,speaking/on the line
à l’attention de appelle-moi/appelez-moi,call me (formal/informal)
le bip sonore,tone
le combiné,receiver (telephone)
composer le numéro,dial the number
envoi de,sent by
l’indicatif (m),area code
un instant,one moment
je reviens tout de suite,I’ll be right back
je vous écoute,I’m listening
je vous le/la passe,I will put you through
le mail/le courriel,email
la messagerie vocale,voice mail
ne quittez pas,stay on the line
patientez,wait
suite à,further to/following
aîné(e),elder
l’anniversaire (m),birthday
s’appeler,to be called
avoir…ans,to be…years old
le beau-père,step-father
la belle-mère,step-mother
le cousin/la cousine,cousin
le demi-frère,half-brother/step-brother
la demi-sœur,half-sister/step-sister
divorcé(e),divorced
d’origine…,of…origin
la famille proche,close relatives
la famille élargie,extended family
la fille,daughter/girl
le fils,son
le fils/la fille unique,only child
le frère,brother
la grand-mère,grandmother
le grand-père,grandfather
les grands-parents (m),grandparents
le jumeau/la jumelle,twin
la mère,mother
mort (e),dead
mourir,to die
la naissance,birth
naître,to be born
né(e) le…,born on the…
le neveu,nephew
la nièce,niece
le nom,surname
nous sommes…,there are… of us
l’oncle (m),uncle
le/la partenaire,partner
le père,father
le/la petit (e) ami (e),boyfriend/girlfriend
la petite-fille,granddaughter
le petit-fils,grandson
plus âgé (e),older
plus jeune,younger
le prénom,first name
la sœur,sister
la tante,aunt
aimable,kind
l’apparence (f),appearance
la barbe,beard
bavard (e),chatty/talkative
beau/bel/belle,handsome/beautiful
bête,stupid/silly
les bijoux (m),jewellery
blond (e),blonde
bouclé (e),curly
le bouton,spot/pimple
brun (e),brown
le caractère,personality
les cheveux (m),hair
la cicatrice,scar
clair(e),light
compréhensif/compréhensive,understanding
court(e),short (hair)
de mauvaise humeur,bad-tempered
de taille moyenne,of medium height
égoïste,selfish
l’esprit (m),mind
étonnant (e),amazing
étrange,strange
fâché (e),angry
fier/fière,proud
foncé(e),dark
fou/fol/folle,mad,crazy
frisé (e),curly
gêner,to annoy
généreux/généreuse,generous
gentil/gentille,kind, nice
le grain de beauté,mole (on skin)
grand (e),tall
gros/grosse,fat
heureux/heureuse,happy
jaloux/jalouse,jealous
jeune,young
la jeunesse,youth
joli (e),pretty
laid (e),ugly
long/longue,long
les lunettes (f),glasses
méchant(e),naughty
mi-long/mi-longue,medium length
mince,slim
ondulé(e),wavy
paresseux/paresseuse,lazy
pénible,annoying
la personnalité,personality
petit(e),short
raide,straight
roux/rousse,ginger
le sens de l’humour,sense of humour
sensible,sensitive
sportif/sportive,sporty
sympa,kind/nice
timide,shy
tranquille,quiet/calm
travailleur/travailleuse,hard-working
triste,sad
vieux/vieil/vielle,old
vif/vive,lively
les yeux (m),eyes
allergique à,allergic to
le chat,cat
le cheval,horse
le chien,dog
le cochon d’lnde,guinea pig
effrontè(e),cheeky
fidèle,loyal/faithful
le lapin,rabbit
l’oiseau (m),bird
le poil,animal hair
le poisson rouge,goldfish
la tortue,tortoise
la bague,ring
les boucles d’oreille(f),earrings
le collant,tights
la confiance en soi,self-confidence
le costume,suit
d’occasion,second-hand
le maquillage,make-up
se maquiller,to put on make-up
la mode,fashion
le parfum,perfume
porter,to wear
le rouge à lèvres,lipstick
le tatouage,tattoo
teint,dyed (hair)
l’amitié(f),friendship
l’amour,(m) love
casse-pieds,a pain in the neck
célibataire,single
la confiance,trust
connaître,to know (a person)
le copain/la copine,friend/mate
se disputer,to argue
ensemble,together
s’entendre (avec),to get on (with)
épouser,to marry
être fâché(e),to be angry
se faire des amis,to make friends
la femme,wife/woman
la fête familiale,family celebration
les fiançailles (f),engagement
gâter,to spoil
gâté(e),spoilt
indépendant(e),independent
injuste,unfair
joyeux/joyeuse,happy
le mari,husband
le mariage,marriage
se marier,to get married/to marry
le/la meilleur(e) ami(e),best friend
mépriser,to despise
se mettre en colère,to get angry
les noces (f),wedding
partager,to share
le/la partenaire,partner
participer à,to take part in
passer du temps avec,to spend time with
le petit ami,boyfriend
la petit amie,girlfriend
les rapports (m),relationships
se rendre compte,to realise
séparé(e),separated
sortir,to go out
soutenir,to support
traîner avec,to hang out with
à cause de,because of
l’abonné(m)/l’abonnée (f),subscriber
acheter,to buy
afficher,to post
au lieu de,instead of
l’avantage (m),advantage
le bloggeur,blogger
chercher,to look for
le clavier,keyboard
le compte,account
la console de jeux,games console
le courrier électronique,email
la cyber-intimidation,cyber-bullying
dangereux/dangereuse,dangerous
le désavantage,disadvantage
les détails (m) personnels,personal details
l’écran (m) tactile,touch screen
l’écrivain (m),author
effacer,to delete
en ligne,online
enregistrer,to record
envoyer,to send
être accro à,to be addicted to
faire attention,to be careful
faire des recherches,to do research
le fichier,file
le forum,chat room
le faude,fraud
le genre,type/kind
grâce à,thanks to
l’imprimante (f),printer
imprimer,to print
l’inconvénient (m),disadvantage/drawback
l’internaute (m),internet user
internet (m),internet
le jeu,game
le lecteur DVD,DVD player
le lecteur MP3,MP3 player
le logiciel,software
mettre,to put
mettre en ligne,to upload
le moniteur,monitor
le mot de passe,password
naviguer (sur),to browse
numérique,digital
l’ordinateur (m),computer
l’ordinateur (m) portable,laptop
la page d’accueil,welcome page
partager,to share
passer du temps,to spend time
la pile,battery
le portable,mobile (phone)
practique,practical
recevoir,to receive
remplir,to fill (in)
le réseau social,social network
rester en contact,to stay in contact
sauvegarder,to save
le site internet/web,website
les sites sociaux,social media sites
la souris,mouse
surfer sur Internet,to surf the internet
la tablette,tablet
taper,to type
tchatter,to talk online
télécharger,to download
le texto,text message
la touche,key
le traitement de texte,word processing
la vie privée,private life
aller à la pêche,to go fishing
la bande dessinée (BD),comic book
la console de jeux,games console
faire de l’alpinisme (m),to go mountaineering
faire de la plongée,to go diving
le jeu de société,board game
le livre électronique,e-book
le modèle,role model
le passe-temps,hobby
le roman,novel
s’abonner,to subscribe
l’acteur (m)/l’actrice (f),actor/actress
les actualités (f),news
l’ado (m/f),adolescent
apprendre à,to learn to
l’argent (m),money
la bande-annonce,trailer
la batterie,drums
le billet,ticket
célèbre,famous
la chaîne de télé,TV channel
la chanson,song
chanter,to sing
le chanteur/la chanteuse,singer
la chorale,choir
les clips (m),music videos
commencer,to start
le concert,concert
la dance,dance music
débuter,to begin
le dessin animé,cartoon
diffuser,to broadcast
divertissant (e),entertaining
le documentaire,documentary
écouter de la musique,to listen to music
les effets (m) spéciaux,special effects
l’émission(f),programme
entraînant (e),catchy
faire partie de,to take part in
le feuilleton,soap opera
le film d’action,action film
le film d’amour,romantic film
le film d’animation,animated film
le film comique,comedy film
le film de guerre,war film
le film d’horreur,horror film
le film policier,detective film
la musique folk,folk music
le genre,genre/type/kind
le groupe,band
la guitar,guitar
l’histoire (f),storyline
les informations (f),news
s’intéresser à,to be interested in
l’intrigue (f),plot
le jeu télévisé,game show
jouer (d’un instrument),to play (an instrument)
le musicien/la musicienne,musician
la musique pop,pop music
la musique rock,rock music
l’orchestre (m),orchestra
le personnage,character
la publicité,advert(s)
regarder,to watch
relaxant(e),relaxing
rencontrer,to meet
répéter,to rehearse
se reposer,to rest
la séance,perfomance
la série,series
la série historique,period drama
le tarif réduit,reduced price
la télé réalité,reality TV
le temps libre,free time
la vedette,film star
voir,see
avoir faim,to be hungry
avoir soif,to be thirsty
l’addition (f),the bill
l’agneau (m),lamb
l’ail (m),garlic
allergique à,allergic to
amer/amère,bitter
l’ananas (m),pineapple
l’assiette (f),plate/dish
le beurre,butter
bien cuit (e),well cooked
le bœuf,beef
boire,to drink
la boisson,drink
le café,coffee
le canard,duck
la carte,menu
la cerise,cherry
le champignon,mushroom
choisir,to choose
le chou,cabbage
le chou-fleur,cauliflower
le citron,lemon
commander,to order
la confiture,jam
coûter,to cost
la crêpe,pancake
le croque-monsieur,toasted ham and cheese sandwich
cuisiner,to cook
le déjeuner,lunch
le dessert,dessert
la dinde,turkey
le dîner,evening meal
l’eau (f) minérale,mineral water
l’eau (f) plate/gazeuse,still/fizzy water
emporter,to take away
épicé (e),spicy
l’escargot (m),snail
l’espèce (f),type/kind
essayer,to try
la fraise,strawberry
la framboise,raspberry
le fromage,cheese
les frites (f),chips
les fruits (m),fruit
les fruits (m) de mer,seafood
la glace,ice cream
le goût,taste
goûter,to taste
les haricots (m) verts,green beans
le hors d’œurve,starter
le jambon,ham
le lait,milk
les légumes (m),vegetables
manger,to eat
la noix,nut
nourissant (e),nourishing
la nourriture,food
l’œuf (m),egg
l’oignon (m),onion
le pain,bread
le pamplemousse,grapefruit
les pâtes (f),pasta
payer,to pay (for)
prendre,to take
la pêche,fishing/peach
le petit-déjeuner,breakfast
les petits pois (m),peas
piquant (e),spicy
se plaindre,to complain
le plat principal,main meal/dish
la poire,pear
le poisson,fish
le poivre,pepper
la pomme,apple
la pomme de terre,potato
le potage,soup
le poulet,chicken
le pourboire,tip
la prune,plum
les raisins (m),grapes
le repas,meal
le restaurant,restaurant
le riz,rice
salé(e),salty
la saucisse,sausage
le saumon,salmon
le sel,salt
le serveur/la serveuse,waiter/waitress
le steak haché,burger
le sucre,sugar
sucré(e),sweet
la tasse,cup
le thé,tea
végétalien (ne),vegan
végétarien (ne),vegetarian
un verre de…,a glass of…
la viande,meat
le yaourt,yoghurt
á l’intérieur,inside
á l’extérieur,outside
l’aviron (m),rowing
le badminton,badminton
le basket,basketball
captivant (e),engaging
le centre sportif,sports centre
le cheval,horse
le club des jeunes,youth club
compétitif/compétitive,competitive
courir,to run
la course,race
les échecs (m),chess
l’entraînement (m),sports practice
s’entraîner,to train
l’équipe (f),team
l’équitation (f),horse riding
l’escalade (f),rock climbing
l’événement (m),event
faire du vélo,to cycle
faire une randonnée,to go on a walk/hike
gagner,to win
fana de,a fan of
le foot/football,football
le hockey,hockey
le lieu (avoir lieu),place (to take place)
marquer un but/un essai,to score a goal/a try
se motiver,to motivate oneself
nager,to swim
la natation,swimming
le netball,netball
le patin à glace,ice skating
la patinoire,ice rink
la pêche,fishing
perdre,to lose
la piscine,swimming pool
la planchet à voile,wind-surfing
pratiquer un sport,to do a sport
la promenade,walk
régulièrement,regularly
le rugby,rugby
le skate,skateboarding
le ski (nautique),(water) skiing
sportif/sportive,sporty
les sports (m) d’hiver,winter sports
le stade,stadium
le tennis,tennis
le terrain du sport,sports field
la tournée,tour
le tournoi,tournamnet
tricher,to cheat
la voile,sailing
le volley,volleyball
l’Aïd (f) al-Fitr,Eid al-Fitr
athée,atheist
Bonne année!,Happy New Year!
Bon anniversaire!,Happy birthday!
Bonne chance !,Good luck!
la bougie,candle
la bûche de Noël,yule log
le cadeau,present
célébrer,to celebrate
chanter,to sing
chrétien (ne),Christian
commercial (e),commercial
la couronne,crown
la danse,dance
le défilé,procession
la dinde,turkey
l’église (f),church
l’événement (m),event
Félicitations !,Congratulations !
la fête,festival/celebration/party
la fête des mères/pères,Mother’s/Father’s Day
la fête des rois,Epiphany/Twelth Night
la fête du travail,May Day
la fête nationale,Bastille Day
fêter,to celebrate
les feux (m) d’artifice,fireworks
la fève,charm
la foi,faith
la galette des rois,cake for Epiphany
le gâteau des rois,cake for Epiphany
la Hanoukka,Hanukkah
historique,historical
impressionant (e),impressive
jouer un tour,to play a trick
le Jour de l’An,New Year’s Day
le jour férié,bank holiday
Joyeux Noël !,Merry Christmas !
Juif/juive,Jewish
la messe,mass
la mosquée,mosque
musulman(e),Muslim
l’oie (f),goose
le pain calendal,Christmas loaf
Pâques,Easter
la Pentecôte,Whitsuntide
la plaisanterie,joke
le poisson d’avril,April Fools’ Day
Poisson d’avril !,April Fool !
prier,to pray
le ramadan,Ramadan
la reine,queen
religieux/religieuse,religious
la réunion,meeting
le réveillon,meal eaten after midnight in France
le roi,king
la Saint Valentin,Valentine’s Day
la Saint-Sylvestre,New Year’s Eve
le sapin de Noël,Christmas tree
sentimental (e),sentimental
la synagogue,synagogue
la Toussaint,All Saints Day
les vacances,holidays
la veille de Noël,Christmas Eve
à la montagne,in the mountains
au bord de la mer,by the sea
au premier/deuxième étage (m),on the first/second floor
animé,lively
l’appartement (m),flat
l’arbre (m),tree
l’armoire (f),wardrobe
la banlieue,suburb
la banque,bank
le bâtiment,building
la bibliothèque,library
la bijouterie,jeweller’s shop
la boucherie,butcher’s
la boulangerie,bakery
le bruit,noise
bruyant,noisy
le bureau,office/study/desk
calme,quiet
à la campagne,in the countryside
la cave,cellar
célèbre,famous
le centre commercial,shopping centre
le centre-ville,town centre
la chaise,chair
la chambre,bedroom
le champ,field
la charcuterie,delicatessen
le cinéma,cinema
la circulation,traffic
la colline,hill
les commerces (m),shops
le commissariat,police station
la cuisine,kitchen/cooking
déménager,to move house
démodé,old-fashioned
les distractions (f),things to do
l’embouteillage (m),traffic jam
emménager,to move in
l’endroit (m),place
l’escalier (m),staircase
l’étage (m),floor/storey
la fenêtre,window
la ferme,farm
la fermeture,closure
le four,oven
le foyer,home
la gare,railway station
la gare routière,bus station
les gens (m),people
la grande ville,city
l’habitant (m),inhabitant
l’HLM (f),council housing
l’hôtel (m) de ville,town hall
l’immeuble (m),block of flats
la librairie,bookshop
le lit,bed
le loyer,rent
la lumière,light
la mairie,town hall
la maison (individuelle/jumelée/mitoyenne),house (detached/semi-detached/terraced)
le marché,market
les meubles (m),furniture
le mur,wall
le musée,museum
tout(e) neuf/neuve,brand new
le parc,park
la pâtisserie,cake shop
pauvre,poor
la pièce,room
la piste cyclable,cycle path
pittoresque,picturesque
le placard,cupboard
la place,square
la poste,post office
le quartier,area
quitter,to leave
le rez-de-chaussée,ground floor
le risque,risk
sale,dirty
la salle à manger,dining room
la salle de bains,bathroom
le salon,living room/lounge
la sécurité,safety
le sous-sol,basement
la station-service,service station
le supermarché,supermarket
surchargé,overcrowded
le tabac,newsagent’s
le théâtre,theatre
les transports (m) en commun,public transport
travailler,to work
se trouver,to be situated
l’usine (f),factory
la vie,life
la ville,town
vivre,to live
le voisin/la voisine,neighbour
la zone piétonne,pedestrian zone
aider,to help
l’argent (m) de poche,pocket money
le bricolage,DIY (do it yourself)
se brosser les dents,to brush your teeth
se coucher,to go to bed
les courses (f),shopping
cuisiner,to cook
devoir,to have to
se doucher,to shower
faire le lit,to make the bed
la fleur,flower
garder,to look after
s’habiller,to get dressed
le jardinage,gardening
laver,to wash
se laver,to wash (yourself)
la lessive,laundry
se lever,to get up
mettre la table,to lay the table
nettoyer,to clean
passer l’aspirateur,to vacuum
la pelouse,lawn
prendre le petit-déjeuner,to eat breakfast
propre,clean, tidy
ranger,to tidy
la tâche,task
la vaisselle,washing-up
abîmé(e),damaged
les baskets (f),trainers
besoin (m) avoir…. de),need (to need)
la boîte,box/tin/can
le blouson,coat/jacket
bon marché,cheap
Ça me va.,It suits me.
la caisse,till
la carte bancaire,bank card
la ceinture,belt
le centre commercial,shopping centre
C’est combien, s’il vous plaît ?,How much it is, please?
le chapeau,hat
les chaussettes (f),socks
les chaussures (f),shoes
la chemise,shirt
cher/chère,expensive
le choix,choice
la chose,thing
les courses (f),shopping
la cravate,tie
défectueux/défectueuse,faulty
dépenser,to spend (money)
endommagé(e),damaged
en espèces,with cash
l’écharpe (f),scarf
en ligne,online
essayer,to try on
l’étiquette (f),label
se faire rembourser,to get a refund
le foulard,scarf
les gants (m),gloves
le gilet,waistcoat
le grand magasin,department store
la grande surface,superstore
gratuit(e),free (of charge)
l’imperméable (m),raincoat
le jean,jeans
la jupe,skirt
un kilogramme,a kilogram
le lèche-vitrine (faire du),window shopping (to go window shopping)
un litre,litre
livrer,to deliver
le magasin,shop
le manteau,coat
la marque,make/label/brand
la mode,fashion
la moitié,half
le morceau,piece
le pantalon,trousers
un paquet,packet
perdre,to lose
peser,to weigh
le portefeuille,wallet
le porte-monnaie,purse
la portion,portion
pouvoir,to be able
pratique,convenient
le prix,price
le pull,jumper
le pull à capuche,hoodie
le pyjama,pyjamas
le quart,quarter
le rayon,department
réduire,to reduce
réduit (e),reduced
je regarde,I’m browsing
rembourser,to refund
la robe,dress
les soldes (m),sale
la taille,size
le ticket de caisse,receipt
la tranche,slice
tranché (e),sliced
le vendeur/la vendeuse,shop assistant
vendre,to sell
la veste,jacket
les vêtements (m),clothes
la vitrine,shop window
à droite,on/to the right
à gauche,on/to the left
le carrefour,crossroads
C’est loin d’ici?,Is it far from here?
de chaque côté,on each side
de l’autre côté,on the other side
en bas,down(stairs)
en face de,opposite
en haut,up (stairs)
environ,about
l’est (m),east
les feux (m) (de signalisation),(traffic) lights
ici,here
juste à côté de,right next to
jusqu’à,until
là,there
là bas,over there
loin de,far from
le nord,north
nulle part,nowhere
Où est… ?,Where is… ?
l’ouest (m),west
le panneau,sign
par,by
partout,everywhere
le péage,toll
le pont,bridge
la place,square
près de,near to
quelque part,somewhere
le rond-point,roundabout
la rue,street
situé(e),situated
le sud,south
tout droit,straight ahead
tout près,very near
toutes directions,all directions
traverser,to cross
le trottoir,pavement
se trouver,to be situated
agité(e),turbulent
l’averse (f),shower
briller,to shine
le brouillard,fog
la brume,mist
la chaleur,heat
chaud(e),hot
le ciel,sky
le climat,climate
couvert(e),overcast
doux/douce,mild
l’eclair(m),lightning
l’eclaircie (f),bright spell
ensoleillé(e),sunny
faire beau,to be fine (weather)
faire mauvais,to be bad (weather)
froid (e),cold
geler,to freeze
la glace,ice
humide,humid/wet
la météo,weather forecast
mouillé(e),wet
neiger,to snow
le nuage,cloud
nuageux/nuageuse,cloudy
l’ombre (m),shade, shadow
l’orage (m),storm
orageux/orageuse,stormy
pleuvoir,to rain
la pluie,rain
sec/sèche,dry
le soleil,sun
la tempête,storm
le temps,weather
le tonnerre,thunder
tremper,to soak
le vent,wind
allumer,to switch on
améliorer,to improve
augmenter,to increase
le bain,bath
la boîte (en carton),(cardboard) box
le boîte (en aluminium),(aluminium) can
la campagne,campaign
le centre de recyclage,recycling centre
le charbon,coal
le chauffage central,central heating
la couche d’ozone,ozone layer
cultiver,to grow
le déboisement,deforestation
les déchets (m),rubbish
décomposer,to decompose
détruire,to destroy
disparaître,to disappear
la douche,shower
économiser,to save
écologique,environmentally friendly
l’effet (m) de serre,greenhouse effect
effrayant (e),frightening
l’emballage(m),packaging
empêcher,to prevent
en danger,in danger
endommager,to damage
les énergies (f) fossiles,fossil fuels
l’énergie(f) renouvelable,renewable energy
l’ennui(m),problem, worry
l’environnement (m),environment
l’éolienne (f),wind turbine
l’espace (m) vert,green area
l’état (m),state
faire de recyclage,to recycle
gaspiller,to waste
le gaz carbonique,carbon dioxide
le gaz d’échappement,exhaust fumes
les habitats (m),habitats
jeter,to throw (away)
s’inquiéter,to worry
la marée,tide
les matières (f) premières,raw materials
menacé(e),threatened
mener à,to lead to
mondial(e),worldwide
le niveau,level
les ordures (f),rubbish
le papier,paper
le paysage,countryside/landscape
le pétrole,oil
pollué(e),polluted
la pollution,pollution
potable,drinkable
la poubelle,dustbin
les produits (m) bio,green products
protéger,to protect
ramasser,to pick up
le réchauffement de la Terre,global warming
recyclable,recyclable
les ressources (f) naturelles,natural resources
le risque sanitaire,health hazard
le robinet,tap
le sac en plastique,plastic bag
sauver,to save
le souci,worry/concern
le trou,hole
utiliser,to use
la vague,wave
le verre,glass
agresser,to attack
améliorer,to improve
l’association (f) caritative,charity
l’attaque (f),attack
avoir besoin de,to need
la bande,gang
battu(e),hit
les biens,possessions
blessé(e),injured
la catastrophe naturelle,natural disaster
le chômage,unemployment
combattre,to combat
le commerce équitable,fair trade
coupable,guilty
un défi,a challenge
déprimé(e),depressed
la dette,debt
égal(e),equal
l’égalité(f),equality
l’émeute (f),riot
l’enquête (f),enquiry
entouré(e),surrounded
éteindre,to turn off
gratifiant(e),rewarding
la guerre,war
le harcèlement,bullying/harassment
ll vaut la peine.,It’s worthwhile.
l’immigration (f),immigration
l’immigré(m),immigrant
l’incendie (m),fire
l’inégalité (f) sociale,social inequality
l’inondation (f),flood
inonder,to flood
lourd(e),heavy/serious
lutter,to struggle
la manifestation,demonstration
mener une campagne,to lead a campaign
mentir,to lie
se moquer de,to make fun of
les morts (f),deaths/fatalities
l’organisation charitable (f),charity
la paix,peace
les pauvres,the poor
la pauvreté,poverty
les personnes (f) défavorisées,disadvantaged people
se plaindre,to complain
le/la politicien (ne),politician
prioritiser,to prioritise
produire,to provide/to produce
reconnaissant (e),grateful
le réfugié,refugee
le/la sans-abri,homeless person
les SDF,homeless people
socialement exclu(e),socially excluded
supporter,to tolerate/put up with
supprimer,to suppress/eliminate
le témoin,witness
le travail bénévole,voluntary work
le tremblement de terre,earthquake
le troisième âge,old age
tuer,to kill
la victime,victim
voler,to steal
le voyou,yob/hooligan
vulnérable,vulverable
l’aide (f) financière,funding
bénéficier,to benefit
la bonne cause,good cause
collecter des fonds,to raise money
la coupe du monde,world cup
l’evénement (m),event
le festival (de musique),(music) festival
les Jeux (m) olympiques,Olympic Games
accro (à),addicted (to)
agir (il s’agit de),to act (it’s a question of)
l’alcool (m),alcohol
alcoolique,alcoholic
l’alimentation (f),food
aller bien,to be well
aller mieux,to be better
s’amuser,to enjoy oneself
arrêter,to stop
avertir,to warn
avoir sommeil,to be sleepy
boire,to drink
le bonbon,sweet
le bonheur,happiness
cacher,to hide
le casse-croûte,snack
la cigarette électronique,e-cigarette
le conseil,advice
la consommation,consumption/usage
dégoûtant (e),disgusting
le déjeuner,lunch
la dépendance,addiction
déprimé (e),depressed
désintoxiquer,to detox
se détendre,to relax
devenir,to become
le dîner,evening meal
dormir,to sleep
la douleur,pain
la drogue,drug
se droguer,to take drugs
l’eau potable (f),drinking water
en bonne forme,fit
en bonne santé,in good health
s’envirer,to get drunk
l’entraînement (m),training
s’entraîner,to train
épuiser,to exhaust
équilibré(e),balanced
essoufflé(e),breathless
éviter,to avoid
faible,weak
faire de l’exercice,to exercise
faire un régime,to be on a diet
le fast-food,fast food
fatigué(e),tired
le foie,liver
la forme,fitness
fort(e),strong
fumer,to smoke
garder la forme,to stay in shape
le gras,fat
gras(se),fatty
l’habitude (f),habit
hors d’haleine,out of breath
ivre,drunk
la maladie (grave),(serious) illness
malsain(e),unhealthy
le mannequin,model
les matières grasses (f),fats
mener,to lead
la musculation,weight training
nocif/nocive,harmful (for your health)
la nourriture bio,organic food
l’obésité (f),obesity
l’odeur,(f) smell
la peau,skin
le petit déjeuner,breakfast
pressé(e),in a hurry/rushed/squeezed
quotidien (ne),daily
se relaxer,to relax
renoncer,to give up
le repas,meal
respirer,to breathe
rester,to stay
réussir,to succeed
sain(e),healthy
salé(e),salty
la santé,health
(se) sentir,to feel
soigner,to care for
le soin,care
le sommeil,sleep
sortir en boîte,to go clubbing
le sucre,sugar
sucré(e),sugary
suivre,to follow
surveiller,to watch
le tabac,tobacco
le tabagisme,addiction to smoking
le tatouage,tattooing/tattoo
tenter,to attempt
le/la toxicomane,drug addict
valoir mieux,to be better
vide,empty
vivre sainement,living healthily
la voix,voice
le cancer (du poumon),(lung) cancer
se conformer,to conform
la crise cardiaque,heart attack
le docteur,doctor
le doigt,finger
le dos,back
l’estomac (m),stomach
la gorge,throat
la grippe,flu
guérir,to cure/treat
la main,hand
malade,ill/sick
le médecin,doctor
le médicament,medicine
le nez,nose
l’obésité (f),obesity
l’œil (m),eye
l’ordonnance(f),prescription
l’oreille (f),ear
l’orteil (m),toe
les pays en voie de développement,under-developed countries
le pied,foot
le poids,weight
un rhume,a cold
se sentir mal,to feel unwell
le sida,AIDS
la tête,head
tomber malade,to fall ill
tousser,to cough
le ventre,tummy
vomir,to vomit
les yeux (m),eyes
à la montagne,in the mountains
à l’étranger,abroad
l’Afrique (f),Africa
africain (e),African
l’Algérie (f),Algeria
algérien (ne),Algerian
l’Allemagne (f),Germany
allemande (e),German
les Alpes (f),the Alps
l’Amérique (f) du Sud,South America
amércain (e),American
l’Angleterre (f),England
anglais (e),English
l’Asie (f),Asia
asiatique,Asian
la Belgique,Belgium
belge,Belgian
le Brésil,Brazil
brésilien (ne),Brazilian
la Chine,China
chinois(e),Chinese
la côte,coast
Douvres,Dover
L’Écosse (f),Scotland
écossais(e),Scottish
l’Espagne (f),Spain
espagnol(e),Spanish
les États-Unis(m),USA
l’Europe (f),Europe
européen(ne),European
la France,France
français (e),French
la frontière,border/frontier
la Grande-Bretagne,Great Britain
britannique,British
l’île (f),island
l’Inde (f),India
indien (ne),Indian
le Japon,Japan
japonais(e),Japanese
Londres,London
la Manche,English Channel
le Maroc,Morocco
marocain(e),Moroccan
la Méditerranée,Mediterranean
la mer,sea
le monde,world
le pays de Galles,Wales
gallois(e),Welsh
Paris,Paris
la plage,beach
la Russie,Russia
russe,Russian
la Suisse,Switzerland
suisse,Swiss
la Tunisie,Tunisia
tunisien (ne),Tunisian
l’accueil (m),welcome/reception
l’agence (f) de voyages,travel agency
l’aire (f) de jeux,play area
l’ascenseur (m),lift
l’auberge (f) de jeunesse,youth hostel
les bagages (m),luggage
le camping,campsite
le camping-car,campervan
la caravane,caravan
casser,to break
la chambre,room
la chambre d’hôte,bed and breakfast
la chambre de famille,family room
chercher,to look for
la clé,key
la climatisation,air conditioning
la colonie de vacances,holiday/summer camp
déranger,to disturb
descendre,to go down
donner sur,to overlook
le dortoir,dormitory
dresser,to put up (tent)
durer,to last
l’échange (m),exchange
l’emplacement (m),pitch
en plein air,in the open air
expliquer,to explain
héberger,to lodge/accommodate
l’hôtel (m) (de luxe),(luxury) hotel
inconnu (e),unknown
jumelé(e),twinned
le lavabo,wash basin
lever,to lift
le lit,bed
le lit à deux places,double bed
les lits (m) jumeaux,twin beds
les lits (m) superposés,bunk beds
le logement,accommodation
loger,to stay/to lodge
la moquette,carpet
le passeport,passport
la pièce d’identité,ID
les préparatifs (m),preparations
prêt(e),ready
le projet,plan
le/la propriétaire,owner
remercier,to thank
réserver,to book/to reserve
rester,to stay
le sac de couchage,sleeping bag
la salle de séjour,lounge
le séjour,stay/visit
la station balnéaire,seaside resort
la tente,tent
les vacances (f),holidays
la valise,suitcase
la vue de mer,sea view
l’aéroport (m),airport
l’arrivée (f),arrival
s’asseoir,to sit down
attendre,to wait (for)
atterrir,to land
l’auto (f),car
l’autobus (m),bus
l’autoroute (f),motorway
l’avion (m),plane
le bateau,boat
le car,coach
la carte,map
le chemin,way/path
le chemin de fer,railway
conduire,to drive
décoller,to take off
le départ,departure
en retard,late
s’enregistrer,to check in
l’essence (f),petrol
l’horaire (m),timetable
lentement,slowly
la location de voitures,car rental
louer,to rent/to hire
manquer,to miss
se mettre en route,to set off
la moto,motorbike
partir,to leave
le permis de conduire,driving licence
ralentir,to slow down
le retour,return
retourner,to return
revenir,to come back
la route,way/road
le train,train
le trajet,journey
la traversée,crossing
la voiture,car
le vol,flight
voler,to fly
le voyage,journey/trip
voyager,to travel
l’aventure (f),adventure
l’avis (m),opinion
se baigner,to bathe, swim
le bord de la mer,seaside
la carte postale,postcard
la cathédrale,cathedral
le château,castle
le concours,competition
la crème solaire,sun cream
la culture,culture
se débrouiller,to get by
l’événement (m),event
l’étranger (m)/l’étrangère (f),stranger/foreigner
explorer,to explore
se faire bronzer,to sunbathe
faire du camping,to go camping
faire la connaissance,to get to know
faire la grasse matinée,to lie in/sleep in
la foire,fair
se garer,to park
s’habituer à,to get used to
l’herbe (f),grass
le lac,lake
laver,to wash
le loisir,free time (activity)
les lunettes (f) de soleil,sun glasses
le maillot de bain,swimming costume
marcher,to walk
la montagne,mountain
monter,to go up/ascend
le musée,museum
nager,to swim
la nature,nature
l’office (m) de tourisme,tourist office
paraître,to seem
le parc d’attractions,theme park
la perte,loss
la plage,beach
plaire,to please
le plan de ville,town plan
se présenter,to introduce onself
se promener,to go for a walk
la randonnée,walk/hike
remarquer,to notice
le rendez-vous,meeting
les renseignements (m),information
se réveiller,to wake up
la rivière,river
le sable,sand
le site touristique,tourist attraction
le sommet,summit
le spectacle,show
le tour,tour
le tour en bateau,boat tour
le tourisme,tourism
tourner,to turn
traduire,to translate
la visite guidée,guided tour
le zoo,zoo
le bureau des objects trouvés,lost property office
le commissariat,police station
composter,to validate (ticket)
le contrôleur/la contrôleuse,ticket inspector
les freins (m),brakes
laisser,to leave (behind)
le penu crevé,flat tyre
le quai,platform
le retard,delay
le service client,customer services
tomber en panne,to break down
voler,to steal
l’allemand(m),German
apprendre,to learn
la chimie,chemistry
la couture,sewing
le dessin,art
l’espagnol (m),Spanish
l’EPS (éducation physique et sportive) (f),PE (phyiscal education)
le français,French
il ne sert à rien,it’s useless
l’informatique (f),IT (infromation technology)
l’instruction (f) civique,citizenship
s’intéresser à,to be interested in
la langue,language
les langues vivantes (f),modern languages
la littérature anglaise,English literature
la physique,physics
la religion,religious studies
la matière,subject
préféré(e),favourite
aller à pied,to go on foot
l’ambiance (f),atmosphere
bien équipé(e),well equipped
le bulletin scolaire,school report
la calculette,calculator
la cantine,canteen
le car de ramassage,school bus
le collège,secondary school
comprendre,to understand
le couloir,corridor
le cours,lesson
de bonne heure,early
demander,to ask
les devoirs (m),homework
la difficulté,difficulty
le diplôme,qualification
le directeur,headmaster
la directrice,headmistress
distribuer,to give out
doué(e),gifted/talented
le droit,right
échouer,to fail
l’école (f) confessionnelle,religious school
l’école (f) primaire,primary school
l’école (f) privée,private shool
l’école (f) publique,state school
l’école (f) secondaire,secondary school
l’élève (m/f),pupil
l’emploi (m) du temps,timetable
en retard,late
en seconde,in year 11
enseigner,to teach
les études (f),study
l’étudiant (m),student
l’examen (m),examination
l’expérience (f),experiment
faire attention,to pay attention
fatigant(e),tiring
le gymnase,sports hall
les incivilités(f),rudeness
l’injure (f),insult
l’instituteur(m)/I’institutrice(f),primary school teacher
interdit(e),forbidden
l’internat (m),boarding school
une journée typique,a typical day
le laboratoire,laboratory
la leçon,lesson
la lecture,reading
lire,to read
le lycée,sixth form college
mal équipé(e),badly equipped
le maquillage,make up
la maternelle,nursery school
la note,mark
oublier,to forget
passer un examen,to sit an exam
la pause,break/pause
penser,to think
permettre,to allow/permit
la piscine,swimming pool
porter,to wear/carry
la pression,pressure
le/la professeur,teacher
le proviseur,head teacher
la récré(ation),break
redoubler,to resit the year
la régle,rule
le réglement,school rules
la rentrée,return to school (after the holidays)
répéter,to repeat
la réponse,reply
le résultat,result
la retenue,detention
réussir un examen,to pass an exam
la salle de classe,classroom
savoir,to know
scolaire,school (adj)
la semaine,week
le tableau,board
le terrain de sport,sports ground
le trimestre,term
l’uniforme(m) scolaire,school uniform
à l’étranger,abroad
un(e) correspondante,pen pal
l’échange (m) (scolaire),(school) exchange
l’excursion (f) scolaire,school trip
participer à,to take part
la remise des prix,prize giving
la rencontre parents-professeurs,parents’ evening
la réunion,meeting
l’année (f) sabbatique,gap year
l’apprenti(e)(m/f),apprentice
l’apprentissage (m),apprenticeship
l’avenir(m),future
avoir envie de,to want to
avoir l’intention de,to intend to
le bac(calauréat),A-levels
le conseiller/la conseillère d’orientation,careers adviser
en première,in year 12
en terminale,in year 13
l’enseignement (m) postscolaire,further education
l’épreuve (f),test
l’établissement (m),establishment
étudier,to study
la faculté,university/faculty
former,to train
laisser tomber,to drop
la liberté,freedom
la licence,degree
le lycée,sixth form college/grammar school
le lycée professionnel,technical college
le travail bénévole,voluntary work
l’université(f),university
à peine,scarcely
à temps partiel,part-time
à temps plein,full-time
l’agent de police (m),police officer
assis (e),sitting
l’avenir (m),future
l’avocat(e) (m/f),lawyer
le babysitting,babysitting
le boulot,job (informal)
le candidat,candidate
le coiffeur/la coiffeuse,hairdresser
le commerce,business
le/la comptable,accountant
compter (sur),to count (on)
la croisière,cruise
le dèbouché,job opportunity/prospect
debout,standing
le dessinateur de mode,fashion designer
disponible,available
élargir,to widen
l’emploi (m),job (informal)
l’employé(e)(m/f),employee
l’employeur (m)/l’employeuse (f),employer
enrichissant (e),enriching/rewarding
l’entreprise (f),firm/enterprise
l’entretien (m),interview
espérer,to hope
le facteur/la factrice,postman/postwoman
le fermier/la fermière,farmer
gagner,to earn/win
l’idée (f),idea
l’infirmier (m)/l’infirmière (f),nurse
l’informaticien (ne) (m/f),IT worker
l’ingénieur (m/f),engineer
l’instituteur (m)/I’institutrice (f),primary school teacher
l’interprète (m/f),interpreter
le journal,newspaper
le/la journaliste,journalist
la livre (sterling),pound (sterling)
le maçon,builder
le mécanicien/la mécanicienne,mechanic
le médecin,doctor
mettre de l’argent de côté,to save money
le monde du travail,the world of work
l’outil (m),tool
le patron/la patronne,boss
le petit job,part-time job
le plombier,plumber
le policier (m)/la policière (f),police officer
le/la professeur,teacher
la retraite,retirement
le rêve,dream
rêver,to dream
le salaire,salary
le traducteur/ la traductrice,translator
le travailleur social/la travailleuse sociale,social worker
varié(e),varied
le vendeur/la vendeuse,shop assistant
venir de,to have just
le/la vétérinaire,vet
l’assistant(e) (m/f) de langue,language assistant
communiquer,to commuicate
discuter,to talk/to discuss
s’exprimer,to express oneself
les langues (f) étrangères,foreign languages
obtenir un métier,to get a job
parcourir le monde,to travel the world
parler couramment,to speak fluently
les possibilités(f) d’avancement,promotion prospects
rencontrer quelqu’un,to meet someone
la société multiculturelle,multicultural society
l’annonce (f) de recrutement,job advertisement
les compétences (f),skills
les conditions (f) d’emploi,terms of employment
les diplômes requis,the required qualifications
faire un stage,to do work experience
la lettre de motivation,application letter
l’offre (f) d’emploi,job offer
le poste,position
postuler,to apply
remplir un formulaire,to fill in a form

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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you very much for taking the time to share your feedback with us and other interested readers on TripAdvisor.
While it was nice to read, that you praised our dedicated staff in general, we regret to read, that we failed to meet your expectations in some areas of the hotel.
We are always open for any comments from our guests and constructive criticism is always welcome, as these can help us, firstly, to better respond to the wishes of our guests and we thus continue to improve our service.
We are sorry to hear, that the variety of food did not meet your personal palate. We pay special attention to the selection and preparation of our food in all restaurants. Our cuisine is characterized by fresh, local and selected products. Understandably, it is not always possible to satisfy all tastes alike.
We would have highly appreciated to gather further details from you, on what we could improve from your point of view in our food items. Our Executive Chef always does his best include the guests wishes in the offered meals.
I am a bit disappointed by hearing that you feel hassle by outside companies working on the hotel area. In that moment I would like to mention our “red flag system” to protect the guests in case of too much hassle from the seller’s side. I am very sad that you have no possibility to check how effective this system is. Hopefully next time you will have possibility to check it by your own.
Among all dining possibilities presented in the Hotel there is one not included in the AI concept. It saddens us to hear that you were not aware that the Indian Restaurant is against additional charge. However we are putting extra attention to the information we are providing to our partners who are offering the Hotel to all our guests. As well additional information regarding the chargeable facilities is presented on the AI information we have provided all guests upon departure. Same rule is applicable in relation to mini bars in the guests’ rooms. They are not stocked. In case guests would like to have any extra item in the room the room service menu is available and the request can be done against charge as well. Although we are providing the AI guests who book the stay for min 7 nights with 3 soft drinks available upon arrival only. The soft drinks will be refilled with the beginning of second week of the stay.
We strongly hope that the positive memories of your holiday will dominate and that we can welcome you again in the near future in your second home in order to meet all your expectations.
With best regards,
Ehab

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Chickpea Nutrition: Health Benefits Of The Protein-Rich Desi Favourite Chana

Chickpeas are popular among vegans and vegetarians Chickpeas are very well-endowed with essential nutrients Chickpeas are low in fat and rich in protein and fibre Chickpea or chana is one of the most celebrated vegetarian ingredients in the Indian cuisine. Chickpeas are nutritionally, very well endowed and are rich in two of the most important macro nutrients required for a healthy life and for keeping fit- protein and fibre. The middle-eastern dip hummus has been considered a gem by vegans and vegetarians for its incredible nutritional profile, most of which is due to the chickpeas in it. But nowadays, chickpeas are finding their way into more and more dishes around the world, all thanks to the fact that veganism has increasingly become trendy and cool. One may understand why chickpeas are a treasured find for all vegetarians- they are full of good quality lean proteins, which may be hard to get from a largely plant-based diet. Legumes are also in the same protein-rich league. But chickpeas are also versatile and can be turned into a whole range of delicacies, which combine taste and nutrition. Commonly referred to as safed chana, chickpea is a plant-protein and that you may find an invaluable addition to your diet, especially if you are looking to load up on some much-needed protein. Chickpea Nutrition And Values The humble safed chana or chhola that Indians have grown up loving has a nutritional profile that seems to have been tailor-made for fitness freaks. A 100 gram portion of boiled chickpeas contain 9 gm of protein, 8 gm of dietary fibre and no cholesterol (as per data by United States It also contains just 2.6 grams of fat, as well as good amounts of iron and magnesium (16 per cent and 12 per cent of Daily Value respectively). The same portion also contains 164 calories and is fairly filling as well. Chickpea Nutrition: The Middle-eastern dip hummus is made from boiled chickpeas Chickpea Benefits Here are some well-known benefits of chickpea that is also known as the Bengal gram or Egyptian peas: 1. Weight Management The presence of good amounts of protein and fibre means that chickpeas are suited for a healthy weight loss diet. Both protein and fibre have been known to promote satiety, curbing hunger pangs and helping in weight management. Also Read: High-Protein Diet: How To Make Chatpata Hara Chana Chaat At Home (See Video) 2. Diabetes Control Fibre in chickpeas has also been credited with better control over blood sugar and blood lipid levels as well as reduced insulin resistance. High-fibre diets are associated with lower risks of diabetes and high blood sugar levels. 3. Boosts Bone Health Chickpeas are also said to help boost bone health, as they are rich in essential vitamins and minerals including calcium, as well as Vitamin K. All these micro-nutrients are important for the health of bones in the body. Also Read: 6 Foods That Contain More Calcium Than A Glass Of Milk Chickpea nutrition: Chhole is a spicy dish prepared in India 4. Heart Health A 2006 study, published in the Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism, linked consumption of chickpeas with reduction in levels of bad cholesterol or Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL). High cholesterol has been linked with poor cardiovascular health and so, consuming chickpeas may help in improving heart health. 5. Boosts Health of Nervous System and Liver The presence of Vitamin B9 or folate in chickpeas makes it good for proper brain and muscle development as well as the smooth functioning of the nervous system and an optimal metabolism. It also helps in metabolisation of fat in the liver and ensures smooth functioning of this crucial organ. Chickpeas have been known to aid digestion as well, due to the presence of fibre in it. So if you haven’t been including chickpeas in your diet, then you may consider doing so for a healthy heart, brain and body

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I’m YouTuber Natalie Wynn of ContraPoints, and This Is How I Eat

How I Eat The How I Eat series asks chefs, food personalities, and just plain interesting people how they keep themselves fed. We also ask for photos of their fridge, because we’re into that kind of thing. Natalie Wynn has been called the “Oscar Wilde of YouTube” for the sexy, visually decadent, and wildly entertaining videos she makes for her channel, ContraPoints . In these videos, Wynn discusses a wide variety of hot-button topics including the alt-right, climate change, incels, and trans issues, but instead of feeling challenged, one often finds themselves seduced. It should be no surprise then, to find that this hedonistic sensibility bleeds into Wynn’s daily life, affecting how she lives and, of course, how she eats. Unafraid of controversy, Wynn was kind enough to share her opinions on McDonald’s breakfast, pineapple on pizza, and what makes a perfect bite of ice cream.
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Current gig: YouTuber with a focus on sex, drugs, and social justice
Do you eat breakfast? I suppose I do. My meals are sort of hard to categorize in accordance to traditional Western norms. I eat when I wake up so I guess that qualifies as breakfast.
What do you usually eat?
First, a disclaimer that anyone hoping to get any kind of ethical guidance from me when it comes to diet is going to be very disappointed, because it just alternates between chaos and evil over here. And the moment I could afford to stop cooking, I stopped. Most days I eat nothing except UberEats.
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I also have a bad UberEats habit. It’s about a twice a day thing for me. Today I’m being good! I’m having a smoothie. I’m trying to get better, but to be honest my mainstays are usually a bagel with lox and cream cheese, which I love. That’s actually my favorite breakfast. So I have that a lot from a local cafe, and I’m also not above a sausage egg and cheese McMuffin.
Anyone hoping to get any kind of ethical guidance from me when it comes to diet is going to be very disappointed, because it just alternates between chaos and evil over here.
What’s in your smoothie, if you don’t mind me asking? This one is a Greek yogurt smoothie from Smoothie King. It’s Chobani and blueberry, strawberry, some kind of protein enhancement. It has probiotics and fruit. It’s pretty good, especially if you’re used to the McMuffin route.
Do you drink coffee or tea? Yes, both. Although lately, I’ve kind of been relying more on energy drinks out of fears about teeth. I just had my teeth whitened so I’m trying to keep that up. I’d much prefer to drink coffee than to drink, say, sugar-free Monster Energy drinks, but at least for the next couple of months I’m trying to avoid coffee for the teeth reasons.
How do you usually take your coffee? With milk or cream, no sugar. I also like iced lattes and that kind of thing.
Do you drink them in the winter? Yes, I totally do.
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When you get the Egg McMuffin, do you usually get the hash browns? Yes. I do. McDonald’s breakfast—it really is, in my opinion, the best thing at McDonald’s by far.
When they added the all-day breakfast, that was very “helpful.” It changed my life. Well it didn’t change my life . It changed my relationship to McDonald’s. It made me a regular customer. God, they completely control me.
Between that and UberEats—I don’t have a car so I wasn’t eating any McDonald’s, and then all the sudden I was eating way too much McDonald’s. You could take a shower and get dressed—in my case—probably put on some makeup, leave the house, walk or drive somewhere, or you could just stay in bed. It’s a pretty difficult thing to turn down.
The choice is clear. Do you usually have lunch or snack throughout the day? What do I do exactly? I have sort of three meals, I guess. There’s one when I wake up which is usually around—11:00 a.m. is pretty typical around here. Then I’ll have kind of a lunch-ish thing at like 3:00 p.m., and I’ll have dinner at 10 or 11.
Well that’s just European. Yeah, that’s what we tell ourselves.
Can we see inside your fridge?
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What do you usually eat for lunch, or is there a “usual”? On a day where I just want nutrition inside my face as fast as possible, I will get Subway. I don’t really like Subway—it’s no McDonald’s—but it’s fast, and I get the whole-nine-grain-wheat bun and I feel good about myself, and it’s fine. But usually though, if I want to eat something good , I really love Indian food. There are a lot of good places in Baltimore. I will sometimes get that and then just split it between lunch and dinner, and have the same thing twice because I’m a savage.
No, I do that. Sometimes if I get Indian food the night before I’ll eat it cold for breakfast the next day. And sometimes you don’t want to eat a giant thing of rice and tikka masala in one go.
Do you get naan? Usually I don’t, actually. I don’t know why when it comes to that I’m suddenly like “ carbs! ” I don’t know why that’s the line. I just don’t usually feel the need for it. There’s already so much rice. I’ll order naan if I’m with someone else because everyone else likes naan.
It’s always garlic naan too. And see, I like the Kashmiri naan , the one that has fruits and nuts in it. I like that one better. But I eat it as a little dessert or something.
Do you like spicy food? Love it. Yeah. I can’t get people to make it spicy enough. So, here’s where I’m macho. [Laughs] My favorite is goat curry. In Baltimore there are a lot of Nepalese Indian places and they have this dish— khasi ko maasu . And it’s a goat curry, bone-in—like a traditional butchery kind of thing. I will order that and the order instructions will say “extra spicy please,” and interpretations of that vary. I’ve had it arrive with just a bunch of sliced up serrano peppers in it. I love that.
I do love a bone-in meat preparation. Yeah. it’s very flavorful. I don’t know why goat is my favorite, but it just is. It’s not something that I grew up eating. But it’s apparently healthier for you in a lot of ways than other red meat. I think goats are not factory-farmed in America. Don’t tell me if I’m wrong.
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I haven’t researched it so I can’t I comment, but that seems correct. Besides Indian food is there another spicy cuisine that you love? Yes. So, Mexican, obviously. I like getting tacos and things and hot sauce on them. Sometime tacos for me are just a hot sauce carrier.
Do you have a favorite brand of hot sauce? Let’s see. My favorite very spicy one that I’ve tried is the the Tabasco Scorpion Sauce . That’s really good. I like Tabasco a lot, actually. I like the Tabasco Chipotle Sauce . That one’s not that spicy, but it’s flavorful and interesting. What else do I like? I like Valentina Extra Hot . And I said I was macho—it’s not really that macho. Because I hate the culture around hot sauce, like “give me the maximum, spiciest thing.” I hate that. It’s pointless to me, and a lot of these really, really hot sauces—they don’t taste like anything. It’s just a chemical burn that you’re adding to your food. What I like about the Scorpion Sauce is that it has mango in it like a lot of habanero hot sauces, and that mango sweetness adds something besides just heat. Or the Chipotle Tabasco is very smoky and vinegary, and it adds that to the food .
I know this isn’t Mexican food, but I have to ask because I’m garbage. Do you ever eat at Taco Bell? Actually, no. For some reason Taco Bell just doesn’t resonate with me. I just never got into it.
It’s because you’re a good person. I guess. I’m clearly becoming not a good person, though. It’s just accidental virtue, you know.
It’s just accidental virtue, you know. How is the Mexican food in Baltimore? There are some good places. When I go out, there’s a place called Clavel , which is really, really good. That’s the best place I know of in Baltimore. I think the Mexican food is not as good as a lot of other cities. I used to live in Chicago. The things I really miss about about Chicago are really good Mexican food and a really good pho . On the Argyle stop on the the red line, there is this Little Vietnam neighborhood that has all these Vietnamese and pho places, and they’re really good.
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Having lived in Chicago, do you have a pizza loyalty to them? No, I don’t. I think I had deep dish there twice, and I like it, but it’s not really what I think of as pizza. It’s good , but I don’t know. To me, if I want pizza, usually what I would want is the more traditional, flat pizza.
Does Baltimore have a style of pizza? Not that I’m aware of. I don’t think so.
I don’t think so either, but I didn’t know Connecticut had a pizza until I started dating a man from Connecticut. I didn’t know Connecticut had an anything!
They have that clam pizza which I have never heard of, and he was so offended. It’s a clam pizza?
Yeah. It’s like a white pie. I don’t think it has cheese on it. Yeah, I don’t know about that. Might stick to New York on that one.
What toppings do you like on your pizza? So, I realize I am again entering into very controversial territory, but Hawaiian pizza is good, actually. I especially love Hawaiian with jalapeños because of my spicy thing. So you have ham, pineapple, jalapeños— amazing.
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Hawaiian pizza is good, actually. I’m very pro pineapple on pizza. Well, it’s objectively correct. Especially with a cured meat, like ham. The sweet and the saltiness—it’s good. It’s like wrapping slices of prosciutto around honeydew melon. I love that as a snack. The salty-sweet-savory combination. Oh! It’s so good.
If you had to pick between salty snacks and sweet snacks, do you have a clear preference for one? Definitely salty. But I tend not to snack all that much. I know it sounds like I have a super high-calorie diet. This is where I’m making up the difference. I’m not someone who really eats chips or anything throughout the day. Do I ever eat snacks? If I’m just living normally, I kind of don’t. I just don’t have them in the house.
Do you have a movie theater snack? My movie snack since I was eight is Raisinets. I don’t know why. No one else likes them.
I like them! It’s the only format in which I really like a raisin. Raisins need some help, clearly.
Do you get a soda? I drink Diet Coke a lot. I’d get that at a movie. I will steal little pieces of someone else’s popcorn but I don’t usually order my own popcorn.
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It’s too big of a commitment. It’s a huge commitment, yeah. I like the saltiness of it, but it’s just a lot of fiber . It’s like doing work. I don’t want to work while I’m at a movie.
And then if you get the butter, your hands are all greasy. Yeah. It’s the same thing with Cheetos. I’m viscerally opposed to anything that leaves my hands covered in some kind of grease or powder.
I know people who eat Cheetos and popcorn with chopsticks for that reason. It’s a little extra. Oh my God. Yeah, you have to be that person. Am I really gonna bring a couple of metal chopsticks into a movie theater? I don’t know! I’ve been experimenting with this kind of thing. I’ve been using a parasol in the sun. I mean that’s on the same level.
Do you have a “shame meal” or a “sad meal”? Sometimes I feel like it’s all shame meals because I have this strong sense that I really should be vegan, or at least not eat so much meat all the time. I tried and just can’t do it. I’ve tasted the blood and now my body wants blood. I don’t know what to say. I guess I also feel bad about not cooking because I feel like I ought to cook, and my brothers both cook, my mom’s an amazing cook.
I’ve tasted the blood and now my body wants blood. Well, it’s all about how you want to spend your time. Well exactly, and I’m very busy. But the shame meals are so frequent. I’d say McDonald’s is not a proud moment but it’s so regular around here that the shame just has no sting to it.
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Just to give you an example of what I mean by “shame meal” and to alleviate your shame: I’ve been doing this thing where I’ll just put shredded cheese in a little bowl and just melt that and then eat that. Do I have a thing like that ?
It’s okay if you don’t. I’m thinking. Do I? Yeah, not really. See? There’s some moderation here. Because even though I know that in a lot of the big, regular ways that I’m supposed to be controlling in my diet, I’m not. But in little ways it seems in control because I’m not doing stuff like that. But I love that for you.
Thank you so much. Are you a burger person? Yeah. I like a good burger. It’s not my everyday thing but that’s a good hangover meal for me.
Do you have a strong cheese preference? I’d say cheddar or pepper jack depending on what the burger is.
Do you like a thin burger or a thicker one? Probably a thicker one, because I like it kind of medium rare. That doesn’t seem to happen with thin burgers.
What about french fries? I love sweet potato. Those are the fries I like. They’re my fave.
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Almost everyone says the fast food McDonald’s-style french fry. I appreciate the variety in answer. Oh, really? I’m not exactly a fan of the McDonald’s fries. The hash browns are amazing, but the fries I could kind of take or leave.
Do you do you go to diners ever? It’s kind of a historical part of Baltimore’s culture, actually. I like going to diners especially if it’s late at night or something.
Do you have a go-to diner order? It depends on the time of day. I’ll get a burger if it’s late at night, but I love breakfast at diners. That’s my favorite. Pancakes, eggs, sausages, coffee. Yeah, that’s my favorite. You feel like you’re in a David Lynch movie or something, sitting in a diner drinking coffee. I just have some kind of like primordial American association.
Speaking of American food: Do you eat hot dogs or corn dogs? The best hot dog is the Chicago-style hot dog. Which is—what do they call it?—“dragged through the garden” or some expression like that. And it’s a hot dog on a poppy seed bun, with sliced tomato, a pickle, mustard, no ketchup, these things called “ballpark peppers”—these are little green peppers. I think that’s really good. Corn dogs? I guess I do like them. It’s kind of a joke in my videos—there’s a video where I eat like 16 of them in a sitting. The only good way to get a corn dog is at carnival. I’ll buy the freezer ones as props for my videos, but I’m not satisfied by a microwaved corn dog. It’s not really my vibe.
They don’t get properly crunchy on the outside. You want that freshly deep-fried batter. You’re eating a piece of over-processed meat dipped in funnel cake batter—that experience is what I want.
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I’m not satisfied by a microwaved corn dog. It’s not really my vibe. I do remember reading an article about this ballerina who ate microwaved corn dogs for breakfast. I remember that too! And I actually started eating corn dogs because of that! Because what I saw was a video where she talked the jouranlist through her diet , and it started with her doing stretches in the morning, eating a corn dog and I was like “now that’s my breakfast.” It’s not actually, because I don’t like them that much, but it kind of awakened me to the idea of microwaved corn dogs. I think it was like “You can eat a corn dog for breakfast and look like that ? I know this doesn’t make sense because I’m not a professional dancer but, I don’t know, it still had a visual impact.
Speaking of videos, and stuff that’s in your videos: Do you actually drink Champagne? Yes. It’s my favorite thing to drink. That’s not a pretense for the videos. I drink it on a regular basis, not just as a celebratory thing. It’s still my favorite.
Do you have a favorite producer? If we’re talking “Let’s drink because it’s Thursday”—my everyday is Freixenet Brut , which is a cava, not a Champagne. It’s like eleven dollars. It’s really good. And then my favorite “special occasion” one is Moët , just whatever the regular one is—the Imperial Brut. Because it’s like fifty five dollars a bottle I could never afford it until a few years ago when I played Pokémon on a livestream and made two hundred dollars. That’s the first thing I bought with my Pokémon money. It felt pretty good.
Have you tried Veuve Clicquot? Yeah! I’ve tried that, and I do like that a lot. I know a lot of people like it more than Moët, but I don’t. I think because Moët is more buttery or something and Veuve is more citrusy. That’s just my amateur taste description.
I’m not a big wine person, so I’ll just get whatever my snobby wine friends get. Oh yeah. I’m like that too with most wines. I do have snobby wine friends who I just defer to their opinion because they know more than me, but with sparkling wine—from pure habit of drinking it so much—I have opinions.
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I forget which video was where you said something about drinking Prosecco like a “like a peasant,” but I liked that. Oh, that was “The Apocalypse” where I had this one character who’s just a lazy, horrible, climate change-denying person in the bath, drinking a bottle of Moët.
I related to that character a lot. I related to her too. The only way I can think of to make a character that’s relatable is to find something in myself and put it there in isolation or exaggeration. I totally don’t understand the people who are just like “well the science is just wrong somehow,” but what I do understand is laziness, and hedonism . I can understand completely not wanting to do anything about climate change or factory farming or whatever. I completely understand that. And so that’s the only way I can think of to make this character have something sympathetic about her, because that person is totally a big part of me.
Are you a dessert person? Sort of no, in that I eat dessert less than most people, I think. I usually won’t get it at restaurants. That said, I love anything chocolate. Chocolate, chocolate cake, chocolate mousse, chocolate whatever—I just love chocolate.
Do you like a dark chocolate or a milk chocolate? Dark chocolate is the best.
I’m really into like any kind of chocolate with salt in it. I love that.
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I’ll take a chocolate bar and I’ll take Maldon and just…
Put the salt on the chocolate…that’s such a good idea.
Or on ice cream. Salt on ice cream is actually really good. Oh yeah. I tend to not eat that much ice cream because, again, that’s one of the few areas, for some reason, where I put my foot down and am like “Eh! Calories!” But I recently had all this facial surgery, and my jaw was operated on, so it was swollen and I couldn’t eat solid foods very well for two weeks. And getting enough calories was a problem, suddenly, so I was eating a bunch of ice cream and I got into an ice cream habit. It’s been hard to kick, now that I’ve gotten used to it.
Do you have a favorite flavor or brand? Ben and Jerry’s is the best that you can get in most stores. God, the one that I just can’t stop it with is Phish Food because of the marshmallows—the marshmallows and little chocolates, and the caramel. If you get a spoonful that has the caramel and the marshmallow and the chocolate, it turns into this gooey—ugh, it’s so good. There’s so much variety of texture within a single flavor. I recently tried switching to a Halo Top, but I just don’t really see the point.
I haven’t tried that stuff. What does it taste like? It doesn’t really taste like ice cream. It tastes like some kind of frozen, fibrous, air-puffed snack that’s sort of related to ice cream. I can see eating it if you’re like, “I really need to eat ice cream right now. My body is demanding it but I really don’t want to eat that many calories, so I guess I’ll settle for this.” And then you’re sort of going through the motions of eating ice cream without the sense of pleasure. It’s like smoking CBD oil when what you really want is weed.
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The Complete History Of Indian Food

A variety of herbs and locally found elements have tied together different kinds of recipes that can be seen in the form of a globally popular cuisine …
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Things to do this weekend in Qatar (June 27-29, 2019)

The little ones will get to enjoy themselves this weekend as they’ll get a chance to meet and greet the Toy Story 4 and The Avengers movie characters. There is a plethora of events for teenagers and adults to indulge too — many games at Summer Entertainment City or admire art at three different exhibitions.
Toy Story characters at Doha Festival City
Doha Festival City will be home to a Disney activation with exciting games and photos with movie characters.
Children aged 4 and up can enjoy a Toy Story 4 themed activity area with interactive games designed by Disney.
In addition to a 3-D photo with the full cast of characters, children can play games on interactive digital screens, do number of art and craft activities and test their Toy Story knowledge with quizzes.
Where: Doha Festival City
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Land of the Dark exhibition at Katara
Sudanese artist Noor Al Hadi pours his sentiments and memory of his homeland on canvas in a multitude of colours for his solo exhibition titled “Land of the Dark” which opened at Katara Cultural Village.
The artworks, the artists says, are the “consequence of the memory of his homeland restless inside him, erupting and uniting with my pulse.”
On show are more than 30 paintings in different sizes that depict the rich Sudanese culture and heritage, present the important eras in Sudan’s history, and introduce local costumes of different places in Sudan. The artist uses subtle dark colours but the paintings stand out for the artist’s unique style which combines figuration, abstraction and expressionism.
Where: Katara
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Qatar–India Cultural Exhibitions
FBQ Museum announced the launch of its Qatar–India Cultural Exhibitions in line with the Qatar India 2019 Year of Culture, in partnership with the Indian Embassy.
Composed of five main topics – Community, Trade, Arts, Food and Incense – the exhibition takes one on a journey exploring the rich and diverse Indian cultures, the long historic links between Qatar and India and cultural similarities between Qatar and India.
Aspects of language, religion, calligraphy, fashion and design, spices and trade are placed in an astonishing and reviving context, thus raising awareness of close links that one might have forgotten in the passage of time.
Where: FBQ Museum
When: On until July 31 (Sun: 9am – 4pm; Mon-Thurs: 9am – 4:30pm; Fri: 2pm – 7pm & Sat: 10am – 6pm)
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Summer Entertainment City 2019
The Virtual Reality and Gaming zone has some of the world’s most advanced VR simulators, gaming stations and themed gaming areas for various ages spread on a 6,000sqm area, which is more than seven times bigger than last year.
They also have retro-gaming area for people 35 years old and above as well who can actually connect with games like Pac-Man, Atari and Sega. This year’s SEC hosts the world’ biggest Pac-Man and Space Invaders, which is a first in Qatar, in addition to Atari Sega and Nintendo among others.
The main areas include amusement rides, skills games with prizes, trampoline park, a kids driving school setup, Qatar’s first InflataPark, the world’s largest bounce castle, a skate park, synthetic ice skating, Spider Climbing tower.
Visitors can choose from cuisines offered by around 47 outlets, 70 percent of which are local, located in a food court .
Visitors can also watch live performances by artistes presented in cooperation with different embassies such as Georgia, Bangladesh, Indonesia and South Africa.
Ticket prices range from QR15 QR entry to the SEC, or visitors can purchase Gold Pass for QR165, Gaming Pass for QR165, Season Pass for QR999 or Season Gaming Pass for QR1,250.
Where: Doha Exhibition and Convention Center
When: On until July 13 (Sat to Wed – 1:30pm – 11pm & Thurs to Friday – 1pm – 11pm)
MF Husain: Horses of the Sun
In what is considered the first large-scale exhibition of MF Husain’s works, MF Husain: Horses of the Sun is a showcase of over 100 works spanning more than six decades of the life of the renowned artist and contributor to modern Indian culture and the history of art in the 20th Century.
The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, textile works, and films, drawn from QF and Qatar Museums collections, as well as from private collections from the Gulf region and around the world.
Where: Arab Museum Of Modern Art, Doha
When: March 21 – July 31 (9am – 7pm)
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TOON Weekend
Tawar mall has set up a meet and greet with The Avengers mascots and other superheroes for kids and families.
Where: Tawar Mall
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