The Melting Tips!- Newsletter #18

FRENCH PARTY PLAYLIST

  1. Ne reviens pas – Gradur, Heuss L’enfoire
  2. A ma table – DJ Vielo, DJ Anilson, le D
  3. RR 9.1 – Koba LaD, Niska
  4. Popopop – Gambi
  5. JCVD – Jul
  6. Moulaga – Jul, Heuss L’enfoire
  7. Air Max – Rim’K, Ninho
  8. He oh- Gambi
  9. Dance Monkey – Tones and I
  10. Vay – Dj Leska, Vegedream, KGS
  11. Pookie – Aya Nakamura
  12. Aristocrate= Heuss L’enfoire
  13. Dans l’espace – Gambi, Heuss L’enfoire
  14. Bitch – Lefa (ft. Vald)
  15. Elle est bonne sa mere- Vegedream, Ninho
  16. Batiment – Niska
  17. Roses – Imanbek Remix – SAINt JHN, Imanbek
  18. Fume a fond – Lorenzo
  19. Afro Trap Pt. 7 (La puissance) – MHD
  20. Goutte d’eau – Ninho
  21. Extasy – Zola
  22. Tout doux Bang’zs (feat. Junior Bvndo) -Guizmo
  23. Oh la folle- Marwa Loud
  24. J’aime Bien! – Josman
  25. Ride it- Regard

By now, you’ve probably been to a couple of Kedge events here and there (we’ve seen you at the PopArt and Light). However, do you find yourself jamming your fav tunes and then awkwardly dancing to the ones you don’t know? Not to worry, because Melting Potes has combined a top 25 hits list of french party songs! Have a listen and by the time the next SAT rolls around, you’ll know the lyrics better than us…

Kedge Activities Schedule for March

Life in Bordeaux

Gastronomy

La Petite Martinique is a space dedicated the culture and history of rum. It’s also a place to meet people and chat while sharing in a collective interest of food and rum.Hedonistic, fun, for a unique and essential experience since acclaimed by one by our customers. Five premium rums will be offered at the Tasting associated with five dishes around which the chef will have built his Privilege menu (in Food Pairing mode) for a little moment of eternity. The idea is to go beyond tasting to perceive and understand the specifics of each alliance is as improbable as delicious. ouverture le 30/04/2020

Activities

Ataho offers you an original way to discover Bordeaux by bike. Come and discover Bordeaux by bike. We will take you to visit the unmissable places of the city. Live a local experience accompanied by a qualified and smiling supervisor who will make you live his Bordeaux. The tour adapts to the group, the level and the physical conditions of each.

CULTURE 

Around a unique symbol, the Bordeaux Métropole Archives offer to explore fragments of Bordeaux history from some emblematic places in public space. Engraved on the pediment of public buildings and placed at the head of the national currency, solemnly affirmed in 1789 in the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, freedom seems obvious. However, it remains a fragile good that had to be conquered and, sometimes, reconquered. An exceptional piece on loan from the National Archives – the original plaque from the 1789 Declaration – gives a striking vision. Around this unique symbol, the Bordeaux Métropole Archives propose to explore fragments of Bordeaux history from a few emblematic places in public space. Now until 04/30/2020

The Lovely Corner of la Bretagne (little Britany)

GUINGAMP

Ancient feudal city on the edge of Trieux, Guingamp prospers in the 14th and 15th century. The city has loads of history which you can explore in the many artisanal shops, the remnants of the middle-aged cattle ‘la Basilique Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours which was built 4 centuries ago! You must go to the city-center’s plaza with its 5 century old architecture with beautiful stone houses and the historical Renaissance fountain.

CHÂTELAUDREN

The used-to-be capital of Goëlo, Châtelaudren, had a strong merchant vocation which explained the importance of ‘la place de la République’. It is surrounded by tall houses of the 18th century and a very beautiful church of the same time period. Roam the alleys and small pathways to reach the highest tops of the city: the historical site of the feudal castle (with a part of it belonging to the old printing site of the ‘Editions Montsouris’) and the Notre Dame chapel of Tertre joyau (with its spendild polychrome paintings).  

BÉCHEREL

For all you bookworms, Bécherel is the place for you! It is considered the book city in Bretagne and is even the name of a very famous and classic french conjugation book. You can literally go on a book shop marathon with 14 different shops each unique in their own way. From the wine bar bookshop to the florist book shop, passing by the calligraphy craft shop: you are sure to become a library rat! Common to Rennes metropolis, Bécherel is one of l’Ille-et-Vilaine hidden treasures being one of the most beautiful villages of Bretagne.

GUERLESQUIN

Land of knights and poets, Guerlesquin offers a time capsule trip in the heart of the Finistère. This lovely village with houses made in granite stone is home to an ancient seigneurial prison. This square building surrounded by stilts and in the base floor lies the prisoner cells. But the best way to discover Guerlesquin like a true ‘Breton’ (person from Bretagne), rendez-vous in August during the annual championship of menhir throws!

LA RATATOUILLE (yes.. just like the movie)

  • 2 zucchini
  • 1 green pepper
  • 3 tomatoes
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • Olive oil
  • pepper
  • 1 eggplant
  • 1 ‘bouquet garni’-spice mix of thym, rosemary and laurel
  • 1 red pepper
  • 1 onion

Step 1 – Cut the tomatoes into quarters and cut the eggplant, zucchini and peppers into small pieces. After that, mince the onion and garlic. 

Step 2 – In a pot, pour a bit of olive oil and add in the vegetables and cook them for 5 minutes until they start to change color. Start by the pepper, then the eggplant, then the zucchini, the onions and lastly the tomatoes. 

Step 3 – After having added the tomatoes and onions, reduce the heat to low. Add in the ‘bouquet garni’ and salt and pepper. Cover and let simmer for 30 minutes stirring gently and occasionally. 

Step 4 – After 30 minutes, add in the minced garlic and let simmer for another 10 minutes. 

AND VOILA, IT’S READY!

You can enjoy it alongside some rice or some porc/beef or as is!

ASSOCIATIONS FOR STUDENTS IN KEDGE

Created in 1988, AOC has continuously evolved to create and reinforce the bond between students and the wine world thanks to its weekly redez-vous and numerous new projects such as the ‘Patri’Wine’, Wine Weekend in San Sebastian (Spain), and the ‘Rallye des Vin’4 Heures’ in Bordeaux vineyards. 

With almost 32 years of age now, AOC has had a growing development in terms of subscribers and partners, making up a large network. It is run by 36 voluntary and passionate students with 30 in PGE program, 1 in EBP program and 1 in Bachelor’s program.

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