at home rice lab

2 ml sesame oil

1 onion

375 ml cubed chicken

30 ml soysauce

2 carrots

2 celery stalks

1 red bell pepper

175 ml fresh pea pods

½ large green bell pepper

1500 ml cooked white rice

2 eggs

80 ml soy sauce

  • Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add onion and saute until soft, then add chicken and 2 tablespoons soy sauce and stir-fry for 5 to 6 minutes.
  • Stir in carrots, celery, red bell pepper, pea pods and green bell pepper and stir-fry another 5 minutes. Then add rice and stir thoroughly.
  • Finally, stir in scrambled eggs and 1/3 cup soy sauce, heat through and serve hot.

{ I sized down the recipe to serve 2 people }

20 dollar potato day

unit 3 — shelby , arthur,  melissa , braeden    block c

Breakfast-

Hasbrowns and eggs

Potatoes- 3.97

Eggs- 2.93

Salt and pepper – free

 

 

Lunch-

Potato wedges

Bell Pepper – .97

 

 

Dinner-

Baked potatos

Sour cream – 2.99

Chopped green onions – 1.98

Lettuce – 2.97

Dressing ( oil and vinegar ) – free

Cucumber – .97

 

 

Total:

16.78

 

 

monthly reflection

1- i chose this recipe because I really liked the sauce and how we got to add more spices if we chose to.

2- I enjoyed this lab because it wasnt to complicated to make but it wasnt to easy that we sped through and rushed it, i lked how we learned to make a roux and bechammele.

3- this turned out as hoped because the sauce wasnt to runny or too thick. we added more salt and pepper and i think it helped alot.

4- I think the group worked okay together, in my opinion i think we need to be more inclusive and all work together more

5- if i did this lab again i would add more spices/herbs like oregano , all spice , and maybe a bit more garlic and cheese

 

salad rolls

 

1- i enjoyed this lab because it was easy and fast. there wasn’t anything difficult about it and it tasted pretty good.

 

2- something to make this healthier is to add more veggies and protein.

 

3- deep frying is bad because of the oil and the oil is a fat so it makes it much more unhealthy. the oil has a hight fat content. there is saturated and trans fat can increase cholesterol

https://www.quora.com/How-does-deep-frying-become-unhealthy-for-yo

 

 

egg recipes

bite sized brunch cups

http://www.eggs.ca/recipes/bite-sized-brunch-cups

egg tacos

http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-scrambled-egg-tacos-223073

poached egg lyoniasse salad

http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-lyonnaise-salad-recipes-from-the-kitchn-4418

 

foods 9 monthly reflection

Scones

I chose to reflect on this lab because I really enjoyed it, it wasn’t to complicated, and I feel like everyone worked really well together on it.

I enjoyed it because the scones were really good, everyone worked good and the scones turned out very tastey.

The scones did turn out how we hoped , we almost burnt them a little bit but made sure to get them out before.

We did work well , we all did equal amount of work and the group was very good.

If I did this lab , I wouldn’t do much different, although I would love to try the cheese and cayenne ones.

          

 

british governing policy

As a British official, I realize there are many alternatives to governing Quebec.  I have chosen the policy of “maintain the status-quo” to ensure the colony is properly run.  I have chosen this on because it isn’t threatening to other cultures. If we used deportation for example, it will be threatening and could cause further problems, if we maintained the status quo , everything will work just as it is and function easier. As I have outlined above, I believe the best policy for governing Quebec is to maintain the status quo.  This will ensure that the colony will remain under British control and provide wealth for our glorious country.