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Week 9: The End
by Dakota on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)

A fun class at school would be a fighting class. We could cover sword fighting, a series of martial arts, boxing and target practise using bows guns and other fireable weapons. Now that would be a cool school. 

Raptor-licious!

Week 8: Geek Week
by Lauren Cassidy on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)
Raptor-licious!

Summer Scenes (:

Week 9: The End
by PotterAlways713 on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)
Summer Scenes (:

This is a picture of a lake we visited on vacation. Our friends own this cottage and have their own around 2-acre personal island. My Dad took this gorgeous picture of the lake before sunrise, while loons floated by. It's hard to believe how still it all looks! It was an absolutely beautiful place to visit. (:

Horse Head (this still counts, right?)

Week 8: Geek Week
by Lauren Cassidy on Youth Read 2013 - 1 Comment(s)
Horse Head (this still counts, right?)

RAK

Week 5: The Zombies are Coming!
by Ivyy on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)

For one day I was out, I decided to say hi to every single person came into contact and to wish them a good day. I usually do that too though, especially with people who served me at a restaruant/ store. I genuinely tell them to have a good day and you can just see their faces light up. It's satisfying (:

Goodbye Summer...

There's Still Time...
by French Vanilla on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)

So I know that there's no new challenges for this week, but I would just like to thank all the staff at CPL for putting this AMAZING Summer Contest together!  Goodbye Summer - I can't wait to see you next year...

Northanger Abbey

Week 1: Easy Does It
by Cleo Williams on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)

No one who had ever seen Catherine Morland in her infancy would have supposed her born to be an heroine.-Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

Write Something!

Week 7: Hadouken!
by DustyRose on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)
Write Something!

My quiche from Write Something!

 

Write Something!

Week 7: Hadouken!
by DustyRose on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)

Although this isen't typical writing I am going to write a recipe that I love to make!

Note: This recipe is orignally from http://allrecipes.com/recipe/light-and-fluffy-spinach-quiche/, but I used people's comments and my own judgement to change some things around a little!

Spinach Quiche

Ingredients:

 

  • 1/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 5 eggs, lightly beaten
  • Recipe calls for 8 ounces cheddar cheese. We typically estime and shred enough to layer a on the top and a bit in the middle.
  • 10 ounces of spinach
  • Approximately 1/4 cup of onion
  • Garlic, Pepper, Musrooms to taste (depending on  your preference!)
  • Pre made pie crust or make your own (I find deep dish pie crusts work best!)
Directions:
1. Preheat your oven to 400 and line a cookie sheet with foil
2. In a large bowl whisk the mayonnaise and milk together, and whisk in the eggs after the other two are combined.
3. Layer all the other ingredients making at least a couple layers in the pie crust. Then pour the egg mixture into your layers of ingredients in the pie crust. The egg mixture will soak in, but be careful not to have it spill over since the egg mixture will fill the whole pie up!
4. Place quiche on the cookie sheet and cover the pan with foil (in case any spills!) and the quiche itself (with foil). Bake for 45 minutes, then remove the cover and bake an additional 10-15 minutes until your quiche is golden in colour and filling has set. Enjoy!
 
I love this recipe because the egg, cheese, and veggies pare so well together, plus it's a great way to eat spinach and tastes delicious!!
 

Random Act of Kindness

Week 5: The Zombies are Coming!
by DustyRose on Youth Read 2013 - 0 Comment(s)

My parents have been busy working, so one day I just started sorting through all our pictures and organized the files which is something my parents have been wanting to do a long time. I did it a bit at a time (since our computer is an older model it takes a while) and I was really happy I could help! 

I have also heard of people to Random Acts of Kindness by putting inspirational quotes in public places, in books, etc... which I think is a really neat idea!

Random Acts of Kindness are a great thing to do because big or small these little acts of kindness really can make a big difference!

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