On the second of February, France celebrated it's national holiday of crêpe making, La Chandeleur is a holiday in France that marks the possible end of winter and the return of light. To mark this event, the entire nation heads to the kitchen to celebrate the oncoming of spring by making crêpes. Willy LeBihan, Director of L'École Française du Maine, embraced his Brittany origins, the region of France famous for their crêpes, as he prepared over 100 crêpes for the students. Everyone had a blast eating the crêpes as there is nothing quite as wonderful in the world as crêpes with Nutella. The school is very thankful for Willy's generous work and felicitates him as his crêpes were délicieux!
Merci Willy et Bon Appétit!