How to make Baked potato fries? Image Source: Nom Nom Paleo Ingredients: 3 small potatoes ¼ cup olive oil Pepper, garlic powder, basil and oregano (optional) Method: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees celsius Wash and peel the potatoes Cut them into wedges or into thin stips as your child likes Add the olive oil to a large bowl and mix the pepper powder, garlic powder, oregano and basil Add the potato stripes to the bowl and toss them well Put the potatoes on the baking dish and bake for 30-45 minutes Swirl the potato strips to cook both
Despite their differences in these holidays, they are also similar in various ways. For example, during both these holidays we are set off from work and school to relax, which is the Thanksgiving break, and the winter break. My family all unite at my grandmother 's house, each bringing a dish to share. For example, in Thanksgiving, my mom sometimes makes the ham, my aunt brings the turkey while others bring mashed potatoes and corn. As for Christmas a feast is also being made as we all gather around bringing different varieties of dishes such as tamales, and posole.
Additionally, Leonardo da Vinci spent years perfecting his “Last Supper,” which shows his dedication and appreciation for art in general. The amount of detail and precision applied to these masterpieces accurately showcases the kind of art valued during the Renaissance. The work of Leonardo da Vinci and many other artists was the focal point of the Renaissance, just like the juicy turkey is the main dish during Thanksgiving dinner. The turkey is what many associate with the holiday, similar to the fact that the Italian Renaissance is recognized for its exquisite
Read on for tips on how to have a healthy Thanksgiving! This may come as a shock, but it is possible to have a healthy Thanksgiving. When you think of Thanksgiving you probably think of all-day snacking, football, family, and of course – the big meal… along with the turkey-induced nap shortly after! This year, we want you to stay as healthy as possible on a day focused on feasting. It’s true, you can enjoy your Thanksgiving Day, all without erasing your good health!
Before getting the steak into the pan, make sure the pan is very hot, that is going to fry the steak, not boil the steak. This step will help to let the steak caramelize while cooking, essential for a perfect steak. Then, put in olive oil, place the steak into the hot pan, and time for a minute for each side. After a minute has passed, flip the steak, keep flip it in every minute, that can get nice even color for each side, the steak starts to cook evenly. Next, that is the time to put in the butter, garlic, and thyme or rosemary.
My family’s tradition occurs at lunch time and everyone has to bring something. Grandma Jo prepares the turkey, mash potatoes, home-made gravy, seasoned green beans, and fresh corn. She also prepares homemade biscuits, and fatback, which is my favorite. I love the texture and the taste. My grandma also makes the dressing or stuffing.
However, it is quite easy to come across a family who have different values. Participating in this experience allows me to be able to see how important certain aspects of the holidays are to everyone. When working with clients, they may be fortunate to have all of their loved one’s with them, and their most important part of Thanksgiving is making sure that the turkey is cooked perfectly. For a client with a disability, it can be hard to make a holiday meal perfect, because they often feel held back my their disability. Experiencing this Thanksgiving meal with my family showed that while something may be effecting the day, a holiday can be as perfect as it can be, with the love and support of others.
The appetizer was the bread that I made with butter. The eggs and kimchi fried rice as the entree. Then we finished the meal with the cookies. It was delicious. The bread was soft and fluffy, the kimchi fried rice was very moist and flavorful, and the cookies, were warmed up to be toasty and soft.
Family is very important to my mom and I. I have an older brother who can get on my last nerve sometimes, but thankfully my mom is always there to make us best friends again. My mom provides peace when it comes to our family. She keeps our family grounded. If someone doesn’t like the food they order, she will switch with them. When my brother comes home from college she makes us extra food so we don’t argue about who gets the last spoonful, and on our birthdays she makes sure we get our favorite meal.