Monday, 20 July 2015


Guess what we did in the holidays? We went to panmure bowling to play a game of bowling and buy some tokens for the arcade. We got asked what size shoes we are and if we want to have the side blockers up and we replied “ Can we both have size 6 shoes and the blocker down please.” We had the blocker down until T.J asked the staff members to put it back up because he was finding it difficult for him to bowl. The score was 102 - 63 Zack won.
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We got the amount of tokens it was 15 dollars and we got 20 tokens. My friends was playing a game and he won a teddy bear at the arcade. I tried to win a queensland ball but my one was bad luck of getting the rugby ball. After that we played a car racing game. Out of me and Zack should have won because he had a head start and I was at the back of him. But I overtook Zack he was winning for a bit but I pass him. The next was deal or no deal it was awesome we got 100 or 200 tickets and we played again and again and again and we got over 2000 tickets all together. But when we ran out we got some more tokens like 30 dollars. After all of that we went to have subway for lurch and it was a lot of fun going to bowling.  
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One afternoon T.J came over to play with me. We walked over to Junior house to see if he was there to play with as. When we got there he was gone so we went back to Zack’s house because we were bored. My mum asked as to came inside and make muffins with her so we can be active and not be bored. My mum asked if we can make the muffins by ourselves and follow the recipe to make them for the Step 1: Choose a muffin recipe.
family to eat. We needed milk, eggs, chocolate chip, butter, baking powder, sugar and a large bowl. After 1 hour we finished and the best bit of muffin was eating it.
How to make muffins

Step 1: Choose a muffin recipe

Muffins are simple to make, but there are a few techniques that will help ensure every batch of muffins bakes up tender and delicious. Choose a muffin recipe you want to try and follow the steps below.

Step 2: Prep the muffin pan

Grease muffin cups by brushing the bottoms and sides with shortening or softened butter, or spraying them with nonstick cooking spray. Or use paper liners, which don't require greasing.

Step 3: Mix inStir together all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Use a wooden spoon to make a hole or well in the center.gredients

Step 4: Combine wet and dry ingredients quicklyStir together the wet ingredients in a separate bowl, then pour the mixture (all at once) into the well.

Tip: The well ensures that ingredients will combine quickly so you don't overmix the batter.

Step 5: Take care not to overmix the batterUse a wooden spoon to stir together the wet and dry ingredients just until they are combined. The batter will look lumpy with little bits of flour.

Tip: Overmixing the batter can cause peaks, tunnels, and a tough texture.

Tip: Muffin batter shouldn't be made ahead (unless specified by the recipe). Batters that use baking powder and baking soda need to be baked right away so that their leavening power (what makes baked goods light and tender) isn't lost.

Step 6: Fill the muffin cups

Spoon the muffin batter into the prepared muffin cups using two spoons. Fill the cups 2/3 to 3/4 full, depending on the recipe directions.
Tip: If the cups are filled too full, the muffin tops will be flat instead of domed.

Step 7: Add toppings (if desired)

After filling the muffin cups, sprinkle any toppings, such as streusel, over the batter.

Tip: Sprinkle topping evenly so it stays on top instead of sinking into the muffin.

Step 8: Bake and cool muffins

You'll know the muffins are done by the color of the muffin tops -- they should be golden, rounded, and have firm edges. Let the baked muffins cool on a wire rack for a few minutes or until they're cool enough to handle.
Tip: Use a butter knife to lift the muffins from the cups so you can place them on the wire rack to finish cooling.

Tip: To freeze muffins, place the cooled muffins in resealable plastic bags for up to three months. However, streusel topping will not retain its crunchiness when stored in the freezer.

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