Slightly odd post, I know, but I'm struggling to get my head around the different types of cream available and the names (in French).I've managed to identify single cream. But what I thought was double cream turned out to be creme fraiche (with the slightly sour taste) - even though I'd be told by my French teacher that creme fraiche was just fresh cream not sour cream.So, can someone tell me:1. what's double cream?2. what's whipping cream?3. what's creme fraiche - so I can avoid it in future!Thanks.
Democrats Abroad Luxembourg invites you to participate in our “Health Care Conference and Pot Luck Supper”. Our guest speaker is Dr.Hood, co-founder and chairman of the Institute for Systems Biology (Seattle). Dr. Hood will elaborate on his vision concerning upcoming changes in medicine which may impact our Health Care System. Please bring a Pot Luck contribution , sweet or savory. Drinks will be provided. When: Wednesday,February 24 Time: 8pm to 11pm RSVP Roger Behrend at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact details available with RSVP.
Does anyone know of a vegetable basket scheme in the city, possibly organic? The kind of basket that is delivered once or twice a week to your door and contains seasonal fruits and vegs. All what I found in supermarkets or mini-markets so far are tiny packs with 2 carrots, a few potatoes and a few other tiny things, just enough to prepare a soup.
I'm visiting my aunt here in Luxemburg right now and wanted to bake her a pineapple upsidedown cake while she is at work but when i went to the store this morning I could not find baking powder. Is it available here? Ihope so because this is the only cake i know how to bake!!! Thank you/merci for any quick replies!! Sid