Food Tech - Wk 8 - Chocolate Chip Muffins

Today for Food Technology we are making Chocolate Chip Muffins. I think that Maggie, Pauline and I worked hard. We worked nicely and quickly and it was perfect. So now we are currently waiting for our muffins to cook but don´t worry I will put a photo to show our final product. Just in case you would like to make your own chocolate chip muffins at home, here is the recipe to making a great Chocolate Chip Muffin!
Chocolate Muffin

Step 1

 - 1 1//2 C of S.R Flour
 - 1/2 C of Sugar
 - 1/2 C of Oil, 1/2 C of Milk
 - 1 egg, 1/4 C of Cocoa
 - Chocolate Chips

Step 2

 - Mix well and serve it into the muffin tray, bake 180 degrees for about 15mins

Health - Effects of Tobacco on Hauora

Today in health we are learning about the effects of smoking on your lungs.  Here are some of the questions that we were focusing on with Miss Paketama. Here is also a link of the effects of smoking 30 packs of smoke, the effects it has on your lungs.

Food Tech - Wk 6 - Peach Cobbler

Today for Food Technology, we made Peach Cobblers. I think that Magnolia and I did a great job, we were following the instructions carefully and correctly and we managed to get the product that Ms T wanted. As we are writing this we are currently waiting for our Peach Cobbler to cook, because its currently in the oven but so far it's looking good. I will put the photo on top so you can see our final product. Just in case you would like to make your own Peach Cobbler, here is the recipe we used!
Peach Cobbler
Step 1  - 1 1/2 C of S.R.Flour - 1 tsp of cinnamon
Step 2 - 1/2 C of Milk - 1/2 C of Sugar
Step 3  - 1/4 C of Oil - 1 Egg
Step 4  - Mix Well - Scoop into the baking tin and top up with Peach Slice - Splash brown, sugar & cinnamon on top
Last & Final Step - Bake 180 degrees for 20mins

Food Tech - Wk 5 - Quiche

Today for Food technology we made Quiche. I was peered up with Fale´aka and Ilaisaane. I think that we did an okay job the only thing that we didn't quite do right or something that we need to work on is our listening skills, mainly following the instructions more carefully. Today our friend Saane didn't do the Pastry right but lucky that Ms Tuipulotu helped us. Overall I think we did an AWESOME job! Just in case you would like to make a Quiche at home or with friends here is the method or the recipe that we used to make the Quiche.
Step 1 - Cut the pastry into 12 pieces
Step 2 - Dice the ham
Step 3 - Put into the muffin tray
1st - Ham 2nd - Cheese 3rd - Then top it up with an egg
Step 4 - Whisk 4 eggs with half a cup of milk

Food Tech - Wk 3 - Chocolate Muffin

Today is Tuesday or in Food Tech today is called ´Cooking Day´ Today we decided to make Chocolate Muffins. I think that Faleaka and I done a really good job today! The only thing that I personally need to work on is remembering how to do the ingredients and just making sure that its perfect just the way that Ms. Tuipulotu wants. This is the recipe for making Chocolate muffins, just in case you want to make a beautiful chocolate muffin like ours. 

Step One - Mix together

1. 1cup 1/2cup of S.R.Flour
2. 1/2cup of sugar
3. 1 egg, 1/3cup of Cocoa, 50grams of Choc
4. 1/2cup of Milk, 1tsp Vanilla Essence
5. 1/2cup of Oil

Step Two - Mix well and scoop into the muffin tray.

Step Three - Bake for 15mins 180c

Week Two - Hot Cakes

Today is our cooking day in Food Technology. We had to make Hot Caked/Pancakes. Even though our Hot Cakes looks a bit burnt but I think we tried out best and even though all of our group were not participating, Saane and I tried our best to finish what Mrs. Tuipulotu told us to do. Out of 10, I think that we did about 8 because our Hotcakes were kind of burnt, one of our members weren't participating well enough but at least we made the product! I hope you enjoy my reflection on today's work. 

Japanese Visitors

Today some of us Yr10 students were hosting or showing these amazing Japanese Visitors around the school. There were about 26 of them and about 9 of us. (Magnolia, Rowana, Johnlee, John, Pote, Pareata, Jolise, Vasa, Levi and myself) As you can see in this photo there are 6 lovely young ladies, who came with the Japanese visitors and we were lucky to have these 6 ladies in our group. So we showed them around the school basically and we had great laughters at the end when we had the last break with them. One of my highlights was when Magnolia told them how many siblings she had (7) and they all were shocked because they only had 1 or 2 siblings. They all had great personalities and beautiful smiles! May the Lord continue to bless you with your journey through Auckland and may he protect you, also when yous head back to your hometown Tokoyo x  PC : Magnolia