Anyway, after a long and very interesting discussion we decided to make a Roman omelette. you need:
75 ml milk
dash of anchovy essence or soy sauce
Toast the almonds first and then chop them. We just used slivered almonds and toasted them in a pan. Put everything together except butter and mix. Melt butter add egg mix and cook until firm.
The kids loved the smell
My Mom gave us a game about emotions. There were a number of different components to it. The one that the younger two are playing here, involves discussing the feelings that they think the people on the cards are feeling. There are a whole range of different situations and they enjoyed looking at the cards for hours.
The board game accompanying the game box was not so good, it was very academic or rather very staged and unnatural. So instead Champ and Boo took the game and the cards and made their own game up. It is quite complicated and takes a long time to complete but it is great fun!!!
Getting in the spring spirit we made some Swedish butter biscuits into cinnamon-covered bunnies :)
and a little naughtiness I saw on an American site.
I think that they would taste even better if I left the chocolate to cool and harden :P
Ooh and look at the tiny egg that Honey Honey laid.
She bought some chocolate covered marzipan. Look at Kiki's delighted face
A wonderful tulband cake (which is actually dutch not German)
Finishing the last of the sauerkraut
Delicious potato, sauerkraut, sausage and bacon dish.