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Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Day 7 Activity 1


  1. Kiwiana; toast with jam or (USA) cookie butter.
  2. Malaysia; nasi lemak (rice, vegetables and meat)

    • United Arab Emirates – Chebab (Wrap)        ...I chose it because it looks tasty and filling with lots of different ingredients.
    • England – Full English Fry-Up                      ....I chose it because it is connected to my English heritage roots and who doesn't like a fried breakfast to get the day off to an EXCELLENT start; especially with black pudding!

7 comments:

Mark Barlow said...

Hi Harrison,

Can you please copy and paste the questions on the top of your work? It makes it easier for me to know what question you are talking about.

I love a full English fry-up. In Korea the breakfast was usually white rice with some kimchi and egg. Pretty light and simple if you ask me.

Kia kaha,


Mark

Harrison said...

Sorry...of course, I will try to remember.

Mark Barlow said...

Thanks Harrison, no need to apologise, just trying to make things easier.

Also, I forgot to say, you don't have to do a separate blog post for each individual activity. I make notes about which ones you have finished anyway so you get the right points. If you want to do single day blogs with several activities together then that's cool too. Whatever is easiest for you though, I don't mind.

Cheers

Mark

Harrison said...

Have you had cookie -butter? I discovered it when we went to the American store...its like eating a gingerbread but spread on toast - it is SO yum!
What about black pudding? I used to think it was gross but actually its really good cooked alongside a full-English breakfast...although my Dad has it cold in sandwiches which I don't really like.

Mark Barlow said...

Hi Harrison!

I don't really like cookie butter, or black pudding. However there is a street food in Korea which is like black pudding in a noodle and kidney sausage. It is fried in oil and cut into slices, then eaten with a special salt seasoning. Delicious. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. It is called Sundae, however it is pronounced Soondae.

Harrison said...

Yumm, now I am really hungry for Korean food!

Mark Barlow said...

Haha! Excellent!

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