Here are the secret ingredients for the spice mix:
- 75 g plain flour
- 2 tsp (teaspoon) salt
- 1 tsp oregano
- 1 tsp basil
- 1 tsp sage
- 1 tsp marjoram
- 1 tsp chili powder
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 tsp garlic powder
There are songs in French as well as in English in this video we made for our students. Our aim was to make them laugh, and also to bid them farewell and tell them what we wish for their future.
The amazing story of an amazing girl who wants all girls to be educated…
Makes 15 medium sized yummy Chicken Pies
Nigerian Chicken Pie Filling:
•300g of minced chicken breast
•a medium-sized onion
•a little garlic/garlic powder(optional)
•2 medium-sized carrots
•2 medium-sized Irish potatoes
•a cooking spoonful of Vegetable Oil
•Seasoning of choice (but preferably)-bouillon cubes (Maggi / Knorr cubes), a teaspoon of thyme, a teaspoon of curry
•2 tablespoons of plain flour(to make a binder)
•Cool water — 200ml
•Salt — to taste
Nigerian Chicken Pie Dough:
•Plain Flour — 500g
•Baking Powder — 1 teaspoon
•Salt — 3\4 teaspoon(a big pinch)
•Margarine — 200g
•CoolWater – about 75 ml
The “Toy Like Me” campaign have asked to have more toys representing children with handicaps or disablilities. That way those kids ca, have dolls and characters they can relate to in a positive way, which is good for their image.
This is a recent message from the Playmobil Company in the UK:
“We always take on board a lot of feedback from children and fans across the world and design our toys to reflect this. The “Toy Like Me” campaign has been inspiring for us – we’ve listened to our audience and are delighted to offer our full support.
We are in the planning stages to release a PLAYMOBIL set which will include characters with disabilities, with part of the profits to be donated to a charity hand-selected by “Toy Like Me”. And moving forward, we will be looking into including more characters with disabilities in our ranges.
We receive a lot of positive comments from guardians of deaf and disabled children on how well our toys stimulate their learning and creativity, so we are thrilled to be able to champion their representation in the toy box.”
Anonymous Los Angeles street artist Skid Robot wants to “ignite a global revolution of compassion.” The artist brings attention to the issues of homelessness by making Skid Row his canvas and its inhabitants his muses. Best known for his graffiti, Skid Robot gives food, money, and toiletries to homeless people on Skid Row and then includes them in paintings done around their makeshift homes. Skid Robot will sometimes ask his models about their dreams and incorporate that into his pieces. While a painting of a warm bed doesn’t compare with the real thing, he is fund-raising for a documentary about homelessness.