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Healt freak :Laughing planet café

Price:5,95
Date of the post:08 june 2009
Restaurant:Santa Cruz 8630 N. Lombard
Ingrediens:chicken burrito is rolled up with pinto beans, organic brown rice, melted Tillamook pepper jack cheese, pico de gallo, grilled chicken and a smokey, hot salsa .

19 Novembre 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | 1 comentari

This Sandwich Works: Kenny and Zukes Sandwichworks

Price: $8.57.

Restaurant: Kenny & Zuke’s.

Date of the post: 14 JUNE 2009.

Ingredients: diferent kind of meat, breat, cheese and american sauce.

This is it.

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Vegetarian burrito

Date: 11 july 2009

Type: Idon’t know

Labes: Mexican

Main ingredients: It’s giant and filled with pinto beans, rice, melted cheese, large slices of avocado, shredded lettuce, tomatoes and your choice of three different salsas.

Price:$3.25

Source:http://mangiapdx.blogspot.com/search/label/Mexican

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stress and spelling make a difference!

Stress and spelling make a difference!

dessert /dɪ’zɜrt/ ( Cornbread cake)

desert /’dɛzərt/ (Sahara, Gobi)

POST 68

19 Novembre 2009 Posted by | lenguas, vocabulari | , | 6 comentaris

A Night for Soup: Alameda Brewhouse

recipe: a night for soup: alameda brewhouse
Price: cup of whisky crab bisque, $3’95
             small side salad,                 $4’95
             Total                                     $8’90
date of the post:  18th october 2009


NE Fremont has a few staple restaurants that every family in the Neighborhood frequents: Amalfi’s, Staniches, McPeets, Alameda Café, Red Fig and then at the end of restaurant row sits Alameda Brew Pub. Growing up only blocks away from these little eateries, I have acquired a standard meal or two at each one. Today we will discuss the Whisky Crab Bisque at the Pub.I don’t know a thing about beer. I like Sessions and Coors Light, but besides that, I’m pretty clueless. I do however know a thing or two about soup and Alameda Brew Pub has the most amazing bisque I’ve ever tried. Note: you will find it under, Homemade Soup of the Day, which is funny considering it’s the soup of the day everyday—stated on the menu as being available 350 days a year. Hmmm, interesting. The tomato based soup is strewn with plump crab meat and spiced with the perfect kick to keep you on your toes; finished off with a sprinkling of chives. The best part of the meal: soaking the warmed French bread into the soup.

I like to pair the bisque with their small side salad, which technically is a large salad, since its served on a large dinner plate. Their homemade blue cheese dressing is a few notches down from Amalfi’s garlicky blue cheese dressing down the street, but still a competitor.

Oh, I hear they make their own beer here too—I’ve just been too busy with my soup to care.

 

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Instructions for doing Friday’s homework

Hi everyone,

It seems you want to make me feel really hungry with all these Yummy posts.

Tomorrow I will repeat the instructions again,  but  in the meantime read this carefully:

1. You have to go to Danielle’s blog and look for a recipe.

2. You must not cut and paste the information. Only some parts.

3. Copy the information in the notebook, not in the blog.

3. You must.

  • Write the name of the dish
  • Write the type of dish:    salad, soup, meat, vegetable, cake, fish, sandwich
  • Write the main ingredients. Do not cut and paste the recipe from Danielle’s blog.It is not necessary to copy all the ingredients.
  • Write the price
  • Write the date when Danielle made the post
  • Do not copy anything you do not understand

This is an example of how to organise the information in your notebook. It is not from Danielle’s blog but it can help you.

I chose this dish because I have a sweet tooth and because we are studying volcanos with Iván

Name of Dish/ recipe Type Main ingredients Price Source
Lava cake Cake, desert Sponge, sugar lollipops, chocolate. I don’t know http://familyfun.go.com/recipes/volcano-cake-686575/

Anyway, your comments are very good and it seems everyone is really hungry, so why don’t you publish all these nice posts in Castígate 2?

it would be good to keep your blog going, what do you think?

I would like to get your feedback

The hungry teacher


POST 67

19 Novembre 2009 Posted by | deures | 4 comentaris

Caramel apple

Apples picked from trees only yards away. Carefully placed in wooden buckets and brought into the farm. One by one they are washed and dried. Then the farmer, wearing jean overalls and a straw hat takes a wooden spike and sticks it into the bottom of the apple. He then dips the glowing red apple into a near boiling pot of homemade caramel sauce. It’s turned multiple times to make sure the caramel dries evenly and smooth. Small children wait patiently.
In a mere 20 minutes, you too can be out of the city and enjoying one fall’s greatest pleasures: the caramel apple. Kruger’s farm knows just how to make these, with giant apples and soft, creamy caramel. These aren’t the caramel apples mom used to buy at Halloween that just about ripped your baby teeth out. I would say skip the creepy corn maze and come to Kruger’s to enjoy a nice fall afternoonCaramel apple

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Dessert

Restaurant: Skinnidip Frozen Yogurt
Ingredients: frozen yogurt, fresh fruits and other fun toppings.
Price: $4.50
Date of the post: 24 June 2009, 9:32 PM
Labels: Dessert

19 Novembre 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | 3 comentaris

Cornbrad Cake

Recipe: Cornbread Cake
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Adapted from Gabriel Rucker, Le Pigeon, Portland, Ore.

Time: 1 hour

Butter for greasing pan

3/4 cup all-purpose flour, more for dusting pan

3 slices bacon, diced small

1 1/4 cups cornmeal

2 teaspoons baking powder

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/4 cup sugar

2 eggs, lightly beaten

3/4 cup buttermilk

1/2 cup milk

3 tablespoons honey

1 tablespoon molasses

1/2 cup (about 2 ounces) thinly sliced dried apricots

Maple ice cream (see recipe).

1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Butter and flour an 8-inch-square baking pan; set aside. In a large skillet, fry bacon until crisp. Drain on paper towels; reserve.

2. In a large bowl, combine the flour, cornmeal, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar. Whisk to blend, then mound and make a well in the center. Pour in eggs, buttermilk and milk; stir with a fork until lightly combined.

3. Add honey, molasses, apricots and bacon bits. Mix again until evenly combined. Pour into pan and bake until it has risen and center is firm and dry when a toothpick is inserted, about 35 minutes. Allow to cool, then cut into small squares and serve with a dollop of maple ice cream on top.

Yield: One 8-inch square cake (12 servings).

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Recipe: Sassy Pizza Pants: American Dream

Slice with Tomatoes & Feta, side of ranch & a small coke. Prize:$5.05.                                                                                                                          Dates  to eat this recipe: Mon-Thur & Sat 11-10.
Fri 11-11.
Sun 2-10.

Photo of the food:

 

Another great deal is splitting a mini 8” pizza for $10.70; they will gladly do two different halves. My friends ordered the Marilyn Monroe: pepperoni, American bacon, green pepper, and fresh tomatoes, split with the Round Up: artichoke hearts, olives, fresh garlic and mushrooms. This pizza with a large side salad, shown below with tomatoes, olives and bacon and sides of ranch and blue cheese, left them really, really full and they still brought home leftovers. I would splurge and get two beers though, because splitting one is really no fun.

Name of the restaurant: Delivery

Hour posted on her blog: 9:30 pm

19 Novembre 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | 11 comentaris