Friday, September 18, 2015

Recount about Word Vision

On Wednesday 16/09/2015 four of the chosen from the extension group were asked to go to the Word Vision building with a lot of other schools. The four people that got chosen to represent our school was Me, Jordan A, Lucy M and Stevenson E. First we had to finish the penn then we had to go in Mrs Lungitupu’s car so she can drive us to the building.

As soon as we arrived there was a man telling us where the car park was. We drove in and parked. We hopped out of the car and walked in the area where all of the other students where. We entered the room and a lady gave as a chart and a strip of paper that had a name on it. Jordan’s one had Clarke and my one had Gru. We had no idea what our partners were we never found them at the end.

We wondered around and and tried to answer the chart then we had to enter the hall and a lady started to us. I’m sorry I can’t say her name because I have forgotten her name maybe jordan, lucy or stevenson can tell you. She told us how much all of the schools had donated and I can remember this that we had donated more than $300,000.

I can not finish this just yet but I will try and do it latter

To Be Continued

Friday, September 11, 2015

Apple pie Recipe

400g of sweet or short pastry
6 large apple about 1 kg
Finely grated rind of 1 lemon
Half of a cup of raisins
3 Tbsp of chelsea brown sugar
1 tbs of ground cinnamon
Chelsea icing sugar to dust

Preheat the oven and oven tray to 190℃.
Divide the pastry into 3 separate pieces.
Keep one of the three pieces in the freezer.
Grab the other two pieces and roll it into a ball.
roll into a thin circle on a floured surface.
Line a 23cm loose bottom quiche or flan tin with the rolled pastry. Trim the edges.Mix the apples and raisins, lemon rind, sugar and the cinnamon. Spoon into the pastry case.Grate the reserved, chilled pastry over the apple.
Bake for 40-45 minutes. Dust with icing sugar and serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream.

As a variation, use blueberries, sliced rhubarb or peaches (Optional).

Some info used from this site