Wednesday, April 23, 2014


My sister has a lemon tree in her back yard. So, I used her lemons to make lemonade!
You will need : 1 cup of lemon juice, 1 cup of sugar, and  6-7 cups of cold water.
Cut the lemons in half, then squeeze in a dish so you have 1 cup of juice.

First, get a small pot, put 1 cup of sugar, and 1 cup of water in the pot.
Put on medium heat until the sugar is dissolved.  

 Pour the lemon juice in with the sugar water and let it cool.

After letting it cool, get a jug of any kind (but clean!), put 5-6 cups of cold water in and then pour the lemon mixture. Place in the fridge.   
 Drink and ENJOY!!!

You can make Frozen lemon juice and later make lemonade :)

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Framed Eggs Breakfast

My mom likes  "Bull's Eye" eggs for breakfast. I like the eggs to be mixed, so I will share my version of this egg breakfast. 

Cut out the center of bread slice. So, you have a "frame". I will eat this center too, no wasting food :)

Monday, April 7, 2014

Scrambled Eggs for Breakfast

I made this breakfast for my dad.
To make this breakfast, you will need:1small bell pepper, milk, some onion, ham, and 2 eggs.
First, cut the pepper, onion, and ham (as shown).

Wash the eggs. Crack them in half in a bowl. Then, get  one of the half's of the egg shell, and fill up 2 times with milk.  (For 1 egg you will need one half of the egg shell of milk.) Mix milk and eggs.
Heat the pan with one table spoon of oil. Fry the onions, pepper, and ham on medium heat for a couple of minutes.
Pour the egg mix into the pan.
Slowly mix the eggs with a spatula until they are cooked.
Add salt and pepper. You can sprinkle it with cheese.

Friday, April 4, 2014

Orange Butter

This is my first post :) I just made Orange Butter.

It is really easy to make, It took me 5 minutes to make it. But first, wash your hands!
All you need is: 1 stick of softened butter, half of an orange, and 1/2 cup of sugar. Also, you will need plastic wrap, a food processor and a knife, of course.
Cut a half of an orange in "cubes" (though, they do not look like cubes:) 
Place orange pieces in the food processor, add sugar.
Cut butter in big chunks and put in the processor.
Place the orange butter mix on plastic wrap with a spoon in the middle.
Cover the butter with half of the plastic wrap. Shape the butter in a tube like form, roll it, and fold or twist the ends.

Place the butter in the freezer or fridge.
When butter is cold, spread it on a cracker or bread and enjoy!

P.S. you can use a lemon instead of an orange to make lemon butter.