May 22, 2016 Image Source:Engineering For Kids South Kansas City Facebook Page We all know there exists a great void in the public educational system when it comes to exposure to STEM courses. One educator named Dori Roberts decided to do something to change this system. Ms. Roberts taught high school engineering for 11 years and noticed there was a real void in quality STEM education at all levels of the public educational system.
Set out your supplies and wash your handsPreheat the oven to gas mark 4 (180 degrees Celsius)Cream the butter until light and fluffy and add in the sugarBeat in the vanilla and the eggSift in the baking powder and flower, stir with a wooden spoon until evenly combined (do NOT over mix)Grease 2 baking trays with butterPour in 3/4 of chocolate chips (milk or white) and leave the rest until the endMeasure heaped table spoons of the mixture onto the greased trays and leave 1 and a half inches between to allow to spread.
July 22, 2016High-density carbon foam is what was used to cover the exterior of the space shuttle, and it turns out you can make it from wonder bread. This ultra-sugary white bread is known to be incredibly soft, and unfortunately very sugary. When it is super heated, it can be turned into a heat-resistant and electrically impervious strong resistive material.
Add all ingredients to a heavy potSimmer on low heat @ 30 minutes coveredRemove cover and simmer for 15 more minutes to reduce sauceCooking temperature is key- to release some of the fat and tenderize the pork belly
These are the ingredients you will need including a blender.Wash the Strawberries.Cut the tops off.Cut the Strawberry in half.Add into your blender.Roughly cut 1 whole Banana.Add to your blender.Add your frozen Mixed Berries.Add 1 good tablespoon of Greek Yogurt.Add your last good tablespoon of Greek Yogurt.
Clean and French your pork rack. Pre heat in combi mode to 465F (240C).Cut chops to desired weightCoat in herb oil. Season with salt.Place on preheated grill grate in hot oven.Cook for 6 minutesLet rest before serving