Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Steak with creamy mustard sauce and oven chips.
Ingredients100g oven chips1 tomato, cut in 6 wedgescooking oil spray125g tub low-fat plain yoghurt1 clove garlic, crushed2 teaspoons whole grain mustard125g lean sirloin steak
Step 1 Preheat oven to 230ºC. Place chips on a baking tray and bake for 15 minutes. Place tomato wedges on a separate tray and spray with oil. Add to oven and bake for 5-8 minutes, or until tender, and chips are golden.
Step 2 Meanwhile, combine yoghurt, garlic and mustard in a bowl. Set aside.
Step 3 Spray a frying pan with oil. Place over a medium heat and add steak. Cook each side for 3 minutes for medium rare, or until cooked to your liking. Serve steak with chips, tomato and creamy mustard sauce and a green salad.
Toss-together vege pasta1/2 cup spiral pasta1/2 cup four-bean mix1/2 cup corn kernels1/2 x 325g tub fresh tomato pasta sauceshaved Parmesan cheese, to servetorn fresh basil, to serve
Step 1 Cook pasta following packet directions. Drain, return to pan and add beans and corn.
Step 2 Heat sauce over a medium heat. Add sauce to pasta and toss until well combined. Top with Parmesan and basil. Serve with a green salad.
Choc-banana pikelets1 cup self-raising flour1/4 cup brown sugar2/3 cup trim milk1 egg, lightly beaten1/2 cup milk chocolate bitsoil spray1 large banana, cut in 24 slices150g vanilla fromage frais (we used Frûche)1 cup mixed berries (use frozen if you like)
InstructionsStep 1 Sift flour and brown sugar into a large bowl. Whisk in milk and egg until smooth. Gently stir in chocolate bits.
Step 2 Place a frying pan over a medium-high heat and spray with oil. Drop 2 tablespoons batter into pan. Top with 3 banana slices. Cook for 1-2 minutes until bubbles appear on surface. Flip and cook for 1-2 more minutes. Repeat process to make 8 pikelets.
Step 3 Serve pikelets topped with fromage frais and berries (or other fruit if you prefer).
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Preparing to battle the All Blacks intimidated the opposition. Strong and powerful piercing screams were heard during the haka. The spring bok players challenged the NZ warriors.They had been doing there moves to the haka.
New Zealand is a population of mixed cultures, and we are different because we are New Zealanders. Our Kiwiana shows how special Aotearoa is, an isand that is isolated, and unique.
New Zealand has lots of treasures like the Buzzy Bee. A Buzzy Bee is a New Zealand playful toy, which is an old icon. In the 1930’s the Buzzy Bee was made. Lots of children like to enjoy their Buzzy Bee.
tiki is a traditional, classic ,NZ icon.In Aotearoa they are made from
greenstone known as pounamu.It is also created out of bones.
The game football 1750 1859 sometimes 1855 1823 rules 1845 in 1869 goal forward run with the ball had to stop oppositioin’s goal no fixed limit finnovation played towards rolling. William Webb Ellis was a kid who liked playing football. Instead of stopping when he got the ball he just keep-ed on running with the ball. Then they wrote the rules and they keep-ed on playing rugby and now the rules hav-ed say-ed the same. Their are a lot of people like the new rule better then the old rule.
Monday, August 29, 2011
Dashing down with a powerful push I zoomed down the snow like lightening. As I zigzaged down the smooth snow that I had to make it. While I dashed down I said to myself “don’t fall Levi, don’t”.
Carving my way through the icy snow, and I had fallen over. I was amazed seeing my very cool parents snow boarding with there fabulous moves. Me and my mum are not good turners on our snow boards but we won’t give up. I had a great time snow boarding.
Were we went to snow board on the snow mountain at Ohakune. Tasting the fresh wind while it was blowing in my face. I had been twisting and turning so that I could be like my amazing father. Seeing other great snow boarders zoom right passed me, I thought” I would be like them.” When my pretty mother had twisted her leg then she didn’t give up.
Jordan my brother had not fallen off his snow board and he was fantastic. Building a small hut that me and Jordan could play war in it. Sticks and logs were fun to play with. Then we climbed up a tree. We looked like crazy monkeys. Our pretty mother took some pictures of us in our hut. We should make more huts. It’s cool making them. If you make a hut you are amazing. Huts are amazing. the secret enter door was very secret. That was my best door to the hut.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Jonah Lomu was a great runner so the All Black coach was really excited that he asked Jonah Lomu to join the all blacks. He was so amazing that he played 63 games with the all blacks. He played in Wales then Hong Kong. He was a global champion.
He had dialysis in 2003 and his kidneys were a problem to him because he couldn’t play rugby. Then in 2004 he had a transplant then in 2005. He began to come back to the all blacks. He got so tired of playing rugby so he did give because he was getting to old to play rugby.
Monday, August 1, 2011
I have never laughed so much and got so messy at assembly until today. I was a part of a weet-bix challenge where you had to stand behind a person and feed them weet-bix. The first team to finish all the weet-bix was the winner. Each team had two people and there were three teams. Miss Lavakula was in my team Mrs Barks shouted out "3, 2, 1 go!!!" I rushed and even though I struggled getting the weet-bix into her mouth and made a mess on the stage, Miss Lavakula and I won.
I pretended I had not eaten for a whole year, and that's why I think we won. Maybe next time Miss Lavakula could feed me because I love weet-bix.