My sister had this homework not long ago, so here goes;
Jug is a pitcher
Shop is a store
Lorry is a truck
Dummy is a pacifier
Boot is a (car) trunk
Waistcoat is a vest
Vest is a undershirt
Pinafore is a jumper
Torch is a flashlight
Hope this helps your daughter.
Thank so much! I mixed it into the dough at the end and kneaded it for an extra min. They came out great, soft, fluffy challos. I glazed them with egg white and sprinkled a bit of sugar and colourful sprinkles. A real hit with the kids.
You could serve tortilla chips on the table with a chunky spicy tomato dip. Just like they serve in douggies!! Yum!!
My grandparents always bought raisin challah for our Purim seuda, and I have such wonderful memories from it. I'd love to make it this year. Does anyone have a good recipe for it?
[quote name="jill2621" date="09/19/2011 19:03"] thanks for trying to help...I clicked on the link, but I don't see where it states that these recipes freeze well...? [/quote]
Jill2621, when a user submits a recipe she can mark it as Freezes Well in Categories → Preparation[/...
I bought them at the local butcher. Despite the fact that they contain nothing more than ground meat and spice they are really delicious.
Tonight we did a throw away barbecue . We grilled chicken skewers, burgers and home made hot dogs. I cut up veggies and threaded them on a skewer and grilled them too. To finish we grilled bananas with marshmallows. A real hit!!!