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PAJERI REBUNG & PIZZA
Lama jugak rasanya tak update fp nie...last week Ika kena alahan dan gatal2 habis semua badan dan alamatnya tak gi sekolah, kasihan betul...dan semlm pulak Era kena selsema pulak. Bila winter nie mmg mcm2 penyakit dtg..mcm kita pun rasa lemah2 je badan dan tak ada mood nak buat apa2. Lagipun lately nie sibuk..hahahahaha....bukannya sibuk masak2 or baking ke tp sibuk tgk drama..Drama papa introduced..namanya ' Jelatang'. Membuat kita melekat kat depan pc tp tak habis2 citenya lagi. Macam drama sinetron 'Hikmah' pulak ye....
250gm rebung (rebung jeruk atau rebung mentah)
50gm kelapa parut untuk dibuat kerisik
15gm rempah kari daging
gula & garam
air asam jawa
kulit kayu manis
1 ulas bawang putih
5 ulas bawang merah
1 cm halia
1. Panaskan minyak di dalam kuali dan tumis bahan-bahan yang telah ditumbuk tadi sehingga naik baunya.
2. Masukkan bunga cengkih, bunga lawang, kulit kayu manis dan kacau.
3. Masukkan pula rempah kari dan kacau hingga sebati. Setelah rempah kari naik baunya, masukkan pula air asam jawa dan biarkan seketika.
4. Selepas itu, masukkan rebung dan udang, kacau dan biarkan sehingga mendidih.
5. Apabila telah mendidih, masukkan santan, kerisik, gula dan garam. Kemudian kacau sehingga sebati.
6. Masak pajeri pada api perlahan dan biarkan seketika sehingga pajeri pekat.
7. Angkat setelah masak dan hidangkan.
THIS ARTICLE WAS FROM MY CHILDREN'S SCHOOL
Finland’s proximity to the North Pole contribute to winter being the longest season here, lasting around 100days in the southern part of the country and around 200 days in Lapland. Although long hours of darkness can be hard adjusting to, Finland turns into a magical wonderland during the winter. From sports to Christmas markets and travel opportunities, there are numerous ways to keep the family occupied from December through March.
| BEATING THE WINTER BLUES
It’s not just the blues, it’s the winter blues. It is a fact that many people suffer from some
form of winter blues and are often more depressed during the winter than any other season.
Here are some of the main reasons why people suffer from the winter blues and some tips to
combat seasonal depression.
1. Lack of sunlight during the winter affects us because sunlight provides the body with essential vitamins that are mood enhancing. One way to combat this effect is to use “happy lights” or even a tanning bed (WITH MODERATION, please!!!). Happy lights can be purchased at any local hardware store like KRauta or at stores like Stockmann or Prisma.
2. Cold weather tends to keep people indoors for the most part. This can create a sense of suffocation and increased amounts of boredom. So get out!!!! Bundle up and go for a walk. Just walking a few blocks will help get the circulation going and give you a chance to see the beautiful winter landscape (have you seen Helsinki in the dark? It’s beautiful!!!!!)
3. During the winter most people develop a sense of lethargy—being tired all the time. They tend to sleep during the day and wake up feeling even more tired than before. One way to overcome this feeling is to exercise. Learn to play tennis (there are many indoor facilities in the Helsinki/Espoo areas), go for a swim at an indoor pool, join a gym or take up Nordic walking. Any type of exercise will help you feel energized (and help combat those extra kilos from all the great holiday food!).
4. Many people suffer from an increased sense of loneliness because hey are trapped for long periods of time indoors. Being alone, aside from being boring, can play harsh mental games on a person. The best way to overcome this feeling is to keep busy and feel productive. Do some volunteer work, join a class,organize outings with friends. Personal interaction is a great—and fun!—way to combat and beat seasonal depression..
5. Perhaps the best way to beat the winter blues is to THINK POSITIVE. Find the beauty in the snow and the darkness. If that doesn’t help, keep in mind that winter is NOT forever. Spring is coming; plan for it!!
Keeping yourself healthy and active and maintaining a positive outlook throughout
the cold/dark months will help you knock those winter blues right out of your
Source: Beating the Winter Blues, an article by Heidi Adam