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FELLOW BLOGGERS HAVE FUN TRICK OR TREATING AND HOPE TO SEE YOU AT SCHOOL ON TUESDAY
YOUR SINCERELY DANIEL JH
School is light blue.
It tastes like an early morning mist
and smells like a fresh bunch of flowers.
It looks like a new born baby curled in a ball,
it sounds like a radient ruby dropping it’s petals on the ground.
I love school.
by Daniel Harrison
What you will need
2 tablespoons of vegetable oil
200 g/7 oz long-grain rice cooked and left to be coll
100 g /4 oz of defrost peas reined in warm water quickly
4 spring onions chopped
1-2 tsp soy sauce
ground white pepper
Beat together the egg and sesame oil and put to one side Heat the vegetable oil in a wok or large frying pan. When it’s shimmering and almost smoking, add the rice and stir-fry for about 3-4 minutes until completely heated through.Add the peas, spring onions and beansprouts, if using. Stir-fry, turning the rice constantly around the pan, for about 3 minutes. Season well with soy sauce and pepper, then push to one side of the pan. Pour the beaten egg mixture into the other side and leave for about 10 seconds so it begins to set. Using a chopstick, briskly swirl around the egg to break it up and then toss around with the rice. Stir-fry for a further minute and serve straight away.
I loved Viking day.
At the end of the day I had learnt more than I expected.
One great message to put out, time zone are the best historical makers in the GALAXY!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Daniel Max And Alfie
Corn tortilla chips
Grated cheddar and mozzarella cheese
One jar of salsa sauce
Green jalapeno pepper
What to do
1) Mash up the avocados and add a tablespoon of lemon juice.
2) Add half a tomato, chopped into very small pieces.
3) Add ¼ teaspoon of salt.
4) Put the guacamole in the fridge
5) Put the corn tortillas in an oven proof dish
6) Sprinkle with grated cheese all over in layers
7) Put them in a preheated oven to 180 degrees.
8) Cook for about 15 mins (until cheese has melted)
9) Add toppings of guacamole, salsa and sour cream.
10) Chop some jalapeno peppers on top.
Serve and enjoy!
by Daniel Harrison
Fluffy American pancakes great for a weekend nibble,
- To serve
- Sift the flour, baking powder, salt and caster sugar into a large bowl. In a separate bowl or jug, lightly whisk together the milk and egg, then whisk in the melted butter.
- Pour the milk mixture into the flour mixture and, using a fork, beat until you have a smooth batter. Any lumps will soon disappear with a little mixing. Let the batter stand for a few minutes.
- Heat a non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and add a knob of butter. When it’s melted, add a ladle of batter (or two if your frying pan is big enough to cook two pancakes at the same time). It will seem very thick but this is how it should be. Wait until the top of the pancake begins to bubble, then turn it over and cook until both sides are golden brown and the pancake has risen to about 1cm (½in) thick.
- Repeat until all the batter is used up. You can keep the pancakes warm in a low oven, but they taste best fresh out the pan.
- Serve with lashings of real maple syrup and extra butter if you like.
ZOOM JELLY (MULTICOLOURED JELLY)
For the banana layer For the raspberry layer You ‘ll also need
2 bananas chopped 200g raspberries 1 litre jelly mould
100 ml double cream 250ml cloudy apple juice Pomegranate
50g caster sugar 50g Caster sugar
Yellow food colouring
First make the blackcurrant layer. Put 6 of the gelatine leaves in a small bowl and cover with cold water, then soak for 1-2 minutes until soft. Gently heat the cordial, lemon juice and 50ml cold water in a pan until nearly simmering, then remove from the heat.Remove the softened gelatine from the water and squeeze any out any excess water , then stir in a few drops of blue food colouring to give a deep purple colour. Grease the jelly mould with a little oil then pour in the jelly. Chill for 2-3 hours until set.
Reading is very fun the way you demolish books one by one. Did you know if you are reading a book that a movie is based on, like Harry Potter, it gives you lots more information. What put me into reading was when I was four I got the film Matilda. When I found out that she only read books and when she had grown up she had magical powers, then I wanted to have magical powers so I started on the book Matilda first and kept on demolishing books one by one.
I love reading. It’s really exciting and powerful. Two of my favourite writers are Roald Dahl and J.K Rowling.
Oliver Murray (cereal blogger)
In our computing lessons we have been learning how to program things on a program called scratch.It’s been pretty cool. I downloaded it at home one day an became the master at it.
Later in science Mr Keith taught us about the digestive system and how it works. Did you know the that your small intestine is six meters long?
by Oliver Murray
- 2 cups of sushi rice
- 2-3 seaweed sheets (nori)
- Crab sticks
- Masago (Fish eggs that are bright orange)
Making the roll
1} Cut the tuna for the topping
2} Put the seaweed on a rolling mat
3} Cover the seaweed with the sushi rice but leave 2cm from the edges
4} Put the crab sticks and masago down evenly along the rice edges
5} Roll the seaweed into a cylinder shape
6} Put the tuna on top of the seaweed
7} Use the mat to press down tightly to the rice
8} Cut into 8 tiny pieces
By Jenna Gadher