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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

Office emergency evacuation drill

Every event that is organised an emergency evacuation drill and procedure is needed.  This is the procedure for the Glendonald Child and Maternal Health Centre, Churinga Drive, Churchill. 3842.

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What goes on the shopping lists?

Once the quantities of ingredients and extras have been worked out for the May 11th 2010 Morning Tea the actual shopping list needs to be sorted out.  Quite often there are things like a tsp of this or that that is usable and already at home.  So we ask if these things may be used instead of purchasing the item and having it go way out of date.  If not the item is purchased and we’ll probably use it until it is gone…well before the use by date.

Other items have already been purchased by the Units or District team.  Should we use them and note the item is down then the replacement items too goes on the shopping list under the title ‘shelf replacement item’  – at the bottom of the shopping list.

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Check list for May 11th 2010 Morning tea

  • Email everything as attachments to susanc@speedweb.com.au so that the information may be posted on ours2share.wordpress.com
  • Keep up to date by referring to ours2share.com.au frequently.
  • All members to join Hazelwood Churchill District Guide[s] on face book.  All posts from ours2share.wordpress.com are automatically posted here.
  • Decide the date of the morning tea.
  • Arrange planning meetings.
  • Have your worked out the job descriptions yet? Who is doing what?
  • Any special Guest speakers?  [ Do not make this a fundraising venture.]
  • SWOT updates – utilized the previous SWOTs and Evaluations
  • Risk Analysis Form completed
  • Invitations list drawn up.
  • How to notify people of Morning Tea.
  • What complemetary united ‘look’ is the Morning Tea sub-committee going to portray?
  • Choose recipes. [Pikelets, scones, choc balls with sprinkles, jelly slice, Scones, cheese cake brownie with pepper mint [crisp or biscuits] cheesecake brownie with raspberries.
  • Send recipes chosen over to susanc@speedweb.com.au for inclusion into ours2share.wordpress.com.
  • Make comprehensive shopping list.
  • Work out what actually needs to be purchased / replaced.
  • Check the equipment,
  • Occ health and safety of building.
  • Evacuation plan
  • Will there be young Children there. Are the available toys safe?
  • Does the subcommittee want activities there be for the adults to do?
  • Keys whose responsible and the availabilitiy of
  • Creating a current Hard folder for this Morning Tea for guests and personal to view during morning tea.
  • Evaluation

If there is something not on this check list please notify the District Leader on susanc@speedweb.com.au or leave a comment in box below

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Working out the Shopping list for the May 11th 2010 Morning Tea

WHEN YOU ARE WORKING OUT THE RECIPES AND THE SHOPPING LIST NOTE WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE THEN PROCEED, IF NECESSARY, TO ALTER THE INGREDIENTS IN THE RECIPE TO REFLECT THIS.  SAY YOU HAVE MARGARINE INSTEAD OF BUTTER… WHY NOT SUPPLEMENT THIS, MAKING SURE BOTH THE RECIPE AND THE SHOPPING LIST REFLECT THIS ALTERATION.

FOR THIS MORNING TEA WE WERE ALREADY AWARE OF THE ITEMS WE HAD ON HAND.  SINCE ONE PERSON COULD NOT EAT CHOCOLATE, WAS A DIABETIC, AND ANOTHER COULD NOT EAT BERRIES WE CHOSE TO HAVE TWO DIFFERENT CHEESECAKES ON OFFER.

Working out the Shopping list for the May 11th morning tea
Ingredients needed
Scones Piklets Jelly slice Choc ball & sprinkles Cheese cake Brownie with Peppermint Cheese cake Brownie with Rasberries Total amt req Ingredient list
2 cups 1  1/4 cups 3 1/4 cups [585grams] Self raising flour
90 g [1/2 cup] 90 g [1/2 cup] 180 g plain flour
1 tbsp 1 tbsp butter
1 tsp 1 tsp salt
3/4 cup 2/3 cup 450 ml milk
extra 20 grams 200 gr 200 gr 500g butter
1/4 tsp 1/4 tsp Bicarb of soda
1/3 cup 250 g [1 1/3 cup] 250 g [1 1/3 cup] 750 g caster sugar
2 x 4 4 10 eggs
2/3 cup 175 ml thickened cream
2/3 cup 2/3 cup Jam
3 or 4 4 jellies
1 pkt 1 pkts waffers
3 pkts 3 Girl Guide Biscuits
2 tins 2 TINS condensed milk
3 to 4 tbsp 35 gr [ 1/3 cup] 35 gr [ 1/3 cup] 80 g Coco powder
2 large pkts 2 pkts sprinkles
375 g 375 g 7.50 g cottage cheese
1/2 tsp 1/2 tsp 1 tsp vanilla essence
1/4 pkt or 1/4pkt peppermint slice biscuits
2 bars 2 bars peppermint crisp
170 g 170g Frozen Raspberries
Incidentals needed
1 pkt Serviettes
1 pkt Tea
1 small Coffee
1 ltr Milk
200g Sugar
1 small Drinking choc
1 ltr Cordial

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CHEESE CAKE PEPPERMINT BROWNIE

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SERVES: 6                                        PREPARATION TIME: 20 MINUTES

COOKING TIME 40-50 MINUTES

INGREDIENTS

FOR THE BROWNUE

200 GRAMS BUTTER

150GRAMS (2/3 CUP) CASTER SUGAR

35 GRAMS (1/3 CUP)) COCOA

2 EGGS,  BEATEN

90 GRAMS (1/2 CUP) PLAIN FLOUR,  SIFTED

FOR THE CHEESECAKE

The Raspberry and also the Peppermint Crisp Cheese cake.

375GRAMS CREAM CHEESE (ROOM TEMPERATURE

100GRAMS (1/2 CUP) CASTER SUGAR

½ TEASPOON VANILLA ESSENCE

2 EGGS ,  BEATEN

1/4 PACKET OF PEPPERMINT SLICE BISCUITS OR 1 PEPPERMINT SLICE BAR

METHOD

PREHEAT OVEN TO 170ºC.

LINE A 23CM X 23CM BROWNIE PAN WITH BAKING PAPER.

TO MAKE THE BROWNIE,  MELT THE BUTTER IN A SAUCEPAN, REMOVE FROM HEAT AND ADD SUGAR AND COCOA

STIR WELL

WHISK IN BEATEN EGGS, THEN FOLD THROUGH SIFTED FLOUR.

POUR INTO PREPARED PAN.

FOR THE CHEESECAKE,

BEAT CREAM CHEESE, CASTER SUGAR AND VANILLA  WITH A MIXER TIL SMOOTH.

SLOWLY ADD BEATEN EGGS, MIXING WELL IN BETWEEN

GENTLY POUR MIXTURE ON TOP OF BROWNIE MIXTURE IN PAN.

FOR A MARBLED EFFECT, USING A FORK, DRAG SMALL AMOUNTS OF BROWNIE  AND OR GREEN PEPPERMINT FLAVORED COLOURING THROUGH THE CHEESE CAKE.

SCATTER RASPBERRIES ON TOP AND BAKE FOR 40-50 MINUTES.

REMOVE FROM OVEN AND ALLOW TO COOL BEFORE CUTTING.

SERVE WITH CRUSHED UP PEPPERMINT SLICE BISCUITS ON THE SIDE

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Recipes used at and by the Guides

3 in 1 biscuits

A.N.Z.A.C. biscuits

Apple Basic

Amaretti Biscuits

Ants on a Log

Apricot Biscuits

Bacon tomatoe and Basil Frittata

Banana cake

Banana and Choc – Chip Muffins

Bananas with maple syrup

Butter Milk Orange Creams

Cheese cake peppermint brownie

Cheese cake brownies with raspberries

Cherry Shortbread

Chocolate Balls

Chocolate Balls with sprinkles

Chocolate Crunch Fingers

Chocolate-iced Teddy bear cake

Chocolate Peppermint Creams

Edible faces

Egyptian Sesame Cookies

French Toast [vanilla]

Ginger Biscuits

Gluten-Free Choc Chip Cupcakes

Hamburger no 1

Heaven and Earth

Honey Joys

Glass window biscuits

Hot cakes

Jelly Slice

Lemon, butter and sugar topping

Lollie Cake

Macrroons

marshmallow shapes

Mexican Rice

Museli Bars

Muesli Bar Slice

No Bake Biscuits

Pancakes – basic

Peanut Butter no bake cookies

Pikelets

Pikelets – nutty ones

Pinwheels

Pumkin, Rocket & Fetta Risotto

Quick and easy Macrroons

Rice Pudding

Rice Pudding with caramalised apples

Salad dressing

Sausage rolls

Shortbread

Scones

Somores in tin foil

Somores over flame

Spinach and Ricotta pillows

Strawberry Jelly Cubes

Strawberry Lemonade

Strawberry Rhubarb topping

Tea cup biscuits

Teddy Bear Frittata

Teddy Bear fairy bread

Teddy in car biscuits

Toasted Marshmellows

Toppings

Vanilla French Toast

Walnut Carab Cookie

Yo-Yo Biscuits

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More than just food!

Cooking salt potatoes in Syracuse, July 2005.
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Food preparation, storage and cooking are only a small part of the skills that Guides pick up when they experience the whole potential if what Guiding has in store for them.

There are the –

These quite general lists are just a few of the extended associated culinary arts that have as much relevance today as they did yester-year.

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