During the week I found out that over the next term my extension group will be doing a “Night of the Notables”. We have to research a notable person, write a biography on them, and set up a learning display. On the night, we have to dress up as our person and serve food from that era. I have chosen Sacagawea who helped Lewis and Clark on their expedition. I was wondering if anyone has a US dollar coin featuring Sacagawea that I could use on my display. I would be willing to send you something from Australia in return for one of these coins.
Today we celebrate Fathers Day in Australia. This afternoon we are having all our relatives over so I have been doing some baking. I have made some Custard Shortbreads and some Chocolate Brownies. If you would like the recipe for the brownies it can be found here. This time I substituted white choc chips for the Jesey caramels.
Here is the recipe for the Custard Shortbreads:
185 g butter
⅓ cup icing sugar
1½ cups plain flour
⅓ cup custard powder
Cream butter and icing sugar, add sifted flour and custard powder, and a dash of vanilla. Mix well. Form into balls and place onto greased oven trays and press with a fork to form biscuits. Bake in a moderate oven for about 15 minutes.
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