The Melting Tips!- Newsletter #20

If you spend your confinement away from your friends, here is what you can do !

PHOTOROULETTE: New application whose rules will amuse you a lot !

a player can invite up to 49 friends to join the game, and players give the app access to their phone’s photo albums. The application selects a photo, completely at random, and displays it to everyone for five seconds; other players have to guess where it came from. The winner is the one who found the most correct answers after 15 rounds.

Netflix again ! Why not launch a Netflix movie all together at the same time ? The idea is interesting, select a film with your friends or family and launch it all at the same time, you can discuss it all together in real time !


Game in which each player embodies a villager or a werewolf, and whose general goal is : For the villagers (some of whom have powers or sepcial features), unmak and kill all the werewolves ! And for werewolves : to eliminate all the villagers and not to be exposed.

Skype calls between friends !

Call your friends regularly on skype to hear from them. It works well ! It’s also a good way of passing interviews for possible internships.

Don’t forget to update your linkedin profile as well as your CV !

Now is a great time to think about your future internships and how you are going to do it. So don’t wait another second, update your linkedin profile now !

It’s the same with your CV ! It is essential that you update your CV, and modify it if necessary. Remember that as soon as the containment is finished, everyone will get back to work !

Read Inferno ! Dan Brown’s book

Robert Langdon, professor of symbology at Harvard, wakes up in the middle of the night at the hospital. Disoriented, wounded in the head, he has no memory of the past thirty-six hours. Why does he end up in Florence? Where does this macabre object that doctors discovered in his business come from? When his world suddenly turns into a nightmare, Langdon decides to run away with a young woman, Sienna Brooks. Langdon quickly understands that he is in possession of a coded message, created by an eminent scientist who has devoted his life to avoiding the end of the world, an obsession that is matched only by his passion for “Inferno”, Dante’s great epic poem. Caught in a race against the clock, Langdon and Sienna are doing everything to find the scientist’s ultimate creation, a real time bomb, which nobody knows if it will improve life on earth or destroy it…

The chocolate cake !

250g of butter

200g of sugar

4 eggs

250g of chocolate

70g of flour

Preheat the oven to 180 ° C. Melt the chocolate and butter in a bain marie. In a bowl, beat the eggs with the sugar until the mixture froths and turns white.

Stir in the chocolate / butter mixture then the flour. Once the dough is homogeneous, pour it into a buttered and floured mold 24/25 cm in diameter. Cook for about 25 minutes.


All members of Melting Potes Association are thinking of you !
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