Tagged: food

Rwanda: Chickens on the wall

August 17th, 2010 Permalink

This is a picture of our chickens. We keep them for food. We also have two cats and a dog. We grow vegetables like onions and we have orange, grapefruit and papaya trees too. Posted by Daddy

Rwanda: Chickens

This is a picture of our chickens. We keep them for food. We also have two cats and a dog. We grow vegetables like onions and we have orange, grapefruit and papaya trees too.

Posted by Daddy

Rwanda: Dinner!

August 17th, 2010 Permalink

This is a picture of my dinner cooking. Posted by Sheep

Rwanda: Dinner

This is a picture of my dinner cooking.

Posted by Sheep

Rwanda: Rabbit

August 17th, 2010 Permalink

This is my grandmothers rabbit. She had two but we ate the other one. Posted by Kelenia.

Rwanda: RabbitThis is my grandmothers rabbit. She had two but we ate the other one.

Posted by Kelenia.

Rwanda: My sister eating cassava

August 17th, 2010 Permalink

  We grow lots of different food to eat like cassava, potatoes and beans. This is a picture of my sister eating cassava. Have you ever eaten cassava? Posted by Billy Goat

Rwanda: My sister eating cassava

 

We grow lots of different food to eat like cassava, potatoes and beans. This is a picture of my sister eating cassava. Have you ever eaten cassava?

Posted by Billy Goat

Rwanda: Dinner

August 17th, 2010 Permalink

This is a close up of my dinner! Rice, potatoes and meat sauce. It tastes delicious. What is your favourite dinner? Posted by Apple

Rwanda: DinnerThis is a close up of my dinner! Rice, potatoes and meat sauce. It tastes delicious. What is your favourite dinner?

Posted by Apple

Brazil: Recipe for Biscoitos de Maizena

June 21st, 2010 Permalink

These  delicious and easy sweet biscuits from Brazil are a tasty treat to share with friends. Make sure an adult helps you – especially when using an oven. Biscoitos de Maizena Ingredients: 200g/7oz cornflour, 1/4 teasp salt,  225g/8oz granulated sugar,  1 large egg,  1/4 teasp vanilla extract, 175g/6oz butter (makes 36!)         1. Place […]

These  delicious and easy sweet biscuits from Brazil are a tasty treat to share with friends. Make sure an adult helps you – especially when using an oven.

Biscoitos de Maizena

Ingredients:

200g/7oz cornflour,
1/4 teasp salt, 
225g/8oz granulated sugar, 
1 large egg, 
1/4 teasp vanilla extract,
175g/6oz butter
(makes 36!)        

1. Place the cornflour, salt and sugar in a large mixing bowl and mix well.
2. Add the egg and vanilla and blend thoroughly then add the butter and mix well. 
3. Set aside for 15 minutes to rest. 
4. Preheat the oven to 190C, 375F, gas mark 5 and line 2 or 3 baking sheets with parchment paper.
5. Form the dough into 2.5cm/1-inch balls and place on the  lined baking sheets, spreading well apart. Bake for 5 to 7 minutes. Cool on a wire rack.

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Cambodia: Cooking

March 24th, 2010 Permalink

  This is me cooking at home. Do you help with the cooking? Posted by Romdoul

Cambodia: Cooking

 

This is me cooking at home. Do you help with the cooking?

Posted by Romdoul

Cambodia: Cooking

March 24th, 2010 Permalink

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Cambodia: Food

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Cambodia: Dinner

March 24th, 2010 Permalink

What’s you favourite meal? Posted by Red Flower

Cambodia: Dinner

What’s you favourite meal?

Posted by Red Flower

Cambodia: Eating together

December 1st, 2009 Permalink

Here we are eating together with our family. We don’t talk when we eat.  Have you ever used chopsticks? Posted by Pisey

Cambodia: Eating together

Here we are eating together with our family. We don’t talk when we eat.  Have you ever used chopsticks?

Posted by Pisey