Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Wheat Crunch

  1. 8 ears Wheat
  2. 2 tablespoons Desiccated Coconut
  3. 1 teaspoon Honey
  4. 1 teaspoon of water
  5. 1 half Pecan nut
  6. 4 Raisins
Rub the wheat ears to remove the chaff.

Grind grains of wheat into flour using a pestle and mortar.

Add the coconut and the honey to the flour.

Add a teaspoon full of water to make a dough.

Form the dough into a biscuit shape.

Break the pecan into four pieces and place on biscuit.

Place the raisins in the middle.

Bake biscuit for fifteen minutes at 150°.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Lost and Found

We walked and walked until we met a woman wearing a sticky-out dress with frills.
"You are Victorian!" we shouted.
"Of course I am, I am Victoria. Go straight to the right until you see some hippos. Follow them until you meet some little men."
So we walked and we walked until we met some hippos. We followed them until we met some little men. We followed the men through a wood. As we came out of the wood out of a bush popped a pink, fluffy face, then out came the body. It was a pink bird.
It chased us all the way back to the school mini bus where we told every one about it. No one believed us though.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

The secret wood of Mystery

In a wood, far away, at night time rabbits creep out and ponies gallop; whilst owls fly through the trees. Squirrels run up trees collecting acorns. Odd noises can be heard among the bushes but the wood is still a mystery; no one has found it.

My sister

trouble maker, fun spoiler,
page ripper, door slammer,
loo blocker, screaming shouter,
ten-outfits-a-day trasher,
thumb sucker,
mess launcher.