martes, 16 de febrero de 2021

Pancake Day

Today it's you who has been selected to carry out some investigation about this event. This way you get to practice your reading as well as your writing skills.

Soooooo  The comment box awaits.

Thank you Lola for showing us how to make pancakes!!!!!!

7 comentarios:

Juan José dijo...

I've found a lot of useful information in wikipedia. Shrove Tuesday is the day before Ash Wednesday, the day on which Lenten season begins. Pancake Day or Pancake Tuesday is how they know the Shrove Tuesday in England, Ireland, New Zeeland, Australia and Canada. They call Pancake Day because is tipicall eating pancakes on this day. In some villages of England are organized Pancakes races and is allowed playing football in the street.

Beatriz B. dijo...

I want to share the recipe I've found sailing on the Internet.

- In a bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar. Make a hole in the center and pour in the milk, egg and melted butter; mix until smooth.

- After that, heat a lightly oiled frying pan over medium high heat. Pour the batter into the pan, using approximately 1/4 cup for each pancake. Brown on both sides and serve hot.

Enjoy your pancake!!!!

teachers FAVOURITE PET dijo...

Hello I really like pancakes but I dont like making them, dont you? Jajajaja
ps:I finally found the web its very nice:)

M Jesús dijo...

Thank you Juan José, Bea, my pets, and definitely, Lola with the video she made for us, I hope you all enjoy it!!!!

Roma dijo...

Lola is great in the kitchen! Thanks Lola for your help with pancakes, I really like them.

Juande dijo...

Lola is preparing for the upcoming Junior Masterchef ?. I'm sure the pancakes are delicious

Ana Morán dijo...

I´ve found that the Pancake Day i also known as Shrove Tuesday because ´Shrove´stems from old English word ´shrive´, which means ´confess all sins´and it is called Pancake Day because it is the day traditionally for eating pancakes as pancake recipes were a way to use up any stocks of milk, butter and eggs which were forbidden during the abstinence of Lent.
Formerly,other customs and superstitions included the belief that the first three pancakes cooked were sacred. Each would be marked with a cross, then sprinkled with salt to ward off evil spirits, then set aside.
However, in Ireland, Irish girls were given an afternoon off to make their batter and the eldest, unmarried girl would toss the first pancake. Success meant she would be married within the year.
You have a nice and lovely niece!!!