That's an easy one (one more !). Ingredients : Tomates, as many as you want ! Mozzarella (one packet is enough for at least 4 tomatoes), Feuilles de basilic (a few basil leaves) : 2 leaves per tomato is already a good quantity. Sauce : You have the choice...
Here is a very good cheese. To tell the truth, it's not a French cheese but an Italian. Anyway, it's very good and it's this cheese you should have on a pizza. We also use it in summer, it goes very well on a "salade de crudités" for example. It also...
You can make the following recipes using "basilic' : Tomates cerises, basilic et fromage, Verrines avocat / saumon, Salade tomate / mozzarella
Basilic belongs to what we call "aromates" or "herbes aromatiques". We use it in some French recipes but it's much more common in the South of France and in summer. You can buy "basilic déshydraté", it means it's dry and often in a small pot (you can...
In France, 16 is an important age, especially regarding these administrations : - sécurité sociale / social healthcare, - caisse d'allocations familiales / CAF, - permis de conduire / driving licence. Back to the administrative matters
As soon as your child is 16 he receives a letter from the « l'assurance maladie ». This document is a « déclaration de choix du médecin traitant ». This means that from now on, your child will have his own « carte vitale » with his « numéro d'assuré »....
Regarding the « allocation de rentrée scolaire » : If your child goes to school in France, is between 6 and 18 and if you earn less than a certain amount (for more details, see :http://www.caf.fr/wps/portal/particuliers/catalogue/metropole/ars ) you might...
Permis de conduire / driving licence Carte grise, what's this ? Contrôle technique, what's this ? Car / moto insurance Back to the administrative matters list
How can I rent a place ? How can I buy a place ? How can I insure my place ? How can I finance the purchase of my place ? Back to the administrative matters list
Public holidays, "année civile", "jour ouvré", "pont" "Justificatif de domicile", what's this ? How can I find the police or "gendarmerie" ? "Sur papier libre", what does it mean ? A "timbre fiscal" what is it ? "Attestation d'accueil" what is it ? Back...