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Foodie Friday - Bath Oliver Cookies

A Bath Oliver is a hard, dry biscuit or cracker made from flour, butter, yeast and milk; often eaten with cheese. It was invented by the physician William Oliver of Bath in Somerset around 1750.

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The origins of fortune cookies

Did you know that originally fortune cookies were called Moon-Cakes? Moon-Cakes played an important role for the Chinese population during the great Mongol invasion in the 13th Century.

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Festive Origami with Languages United Staff

 

Last week our staff enjoyed an afternoon of creativity and mince pies by having a workshop on the art of origami with Mirko, our Japanese teacher. The staff made lovely origami Christmas trees through a step by step guide by Mirko.

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Foodie Friday: Brigadeiro by Gabriela

Foodie Friday is back! To kickstart the third season of Foodie Friday, our English Language student Gabriela created a traditional dessert Brazilian dessert called ‘Brigadeiro.’

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