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CHEESECAKE BROWNIE WITH RASPBERRIES

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

375GRAMS CREAM CHEESE (ROOM TEMPERATURE

100GRAMS (1/2 CUP) CASTER SUGAR

½ TEASPOON VANILLA ESSENCE

2 EGGS ,  BEATEN

170 GRAMS FROZEN RASPEBERRIES

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 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 EXTRA RASPBERRIES ON THE SIDE

Nerrida is making this recipe for the Morning Tea in May 2010.

Sent to ours2share.wordpress.com  from Nerrida.

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The Pioneer camp

By the time the Guides had finished practising the knots that they wanted to learn how to tie a great many had been left to learn at a later date.

The fact that the Guide were also organising a Pioneer camp should have warned the leaders what might have been forming in the Guides minds. You got it they were going to put their knots into practice and make an obsticale course while at camp. So a great deal of time was put aside learning the knots, whipping, splicing and other rope work involved in making gadgets, equipment and used in safety measures.

The Leaders paper work was up to date.The menu and rules had been created by the guides.  A Guides own organised, a campfire prepared, a night hike [complete with spooky animal noises and torches].  Camp duties and camp Patrols were up on the notice board. Along with the fire drills and emergency evacuation procedures.

As the pioneer camp drew nearer the equipment had to be sorted, the tents organised, along with the cooking equipment, Camp and Unit flags made. The World Guide Flag was packed to be taken as well. The program had been sorted out, transport arranged and food was purchased.  The camp site at Burnett Park was checked and where the camp would actually take place was arranged.  All was set.

There were a few surprises going to take place though.

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Heads Held High

Disabilities are many where people are concerned. How people react to their disabilities as well as how other people react and inter-react with those who have disabilities will change as knowledge and experience change both in our community, our daily situations and ourselves.

Guiding has many opportunities for both those with or without disabilities.  Learning about and exploring different aspects of disabilities helps all of us in our daily lives.  To this end always has been Service Badges that the members of guiding can work towards.  Enjoy finding out more about what and how these various badges have worked over the decades.  gain a wider knowledge of what other badges have entailed and what different generations of girl guides  have done towards earning these Service orientated badges.  Where possible follow ons have been hyper-linked for your interests.  Having a glimpes of what and where a simple service assistance has taken various Guides may help you better understand the Service components of being a Girl Guide in the Hazelwood and Churchill District Girl Guides.

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Global Action Theme is known as GAT

Global Action that has been ”Changing the World’ has been happening through out Girl Guide and Girl Scout programs for over 100 years. Action themes may have occurred on a World Wide basis involving the Regions of Guiding working together through our World Association of Girl guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) right down to just an individual question,action or activity sparking off a patrol activity that may lead to an International activity.  Global Action keeps occurring on a multitude of levels within Guiding.

As the members get older sometimes they move away from Guiding as their career develops or interests evolve, or they may stay within the movement, but the essence of having experienced the GAT is there. Typically Leaders bring into Guide program what they themselves enjoyed as a Youth member as well as what their interests and life skills are now.

The essence of service is still service. Over the years many form of service have been built on.  Different badges have been provided. The Guides have worked towards these with different service awareness and methods utilized.

So how is the GAT so successful? Simple really.  WAGGGS influences to have a voice and to listen.  Then to speak out, look at root causes and do projects.  While this occurs the Guides are learning.  And the life skills and interest circles are quietly going around still into the next generations.

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Assessing eating habits.

Things happen all the time as our bodies get older and / or more sensitive. In order for us to constantly keep up, look after our bodies we have to assess, regulate and change our diet regularly.

November 18, 2009 Posted by | Diet, First Aid, Food, Meals, OHS, QM, Shock | Leave a comment

What a hand there?

Combining the art of face painting and first aid on the horror night .

February 2, 2009 Posted by | Face Painting, First Aid, Girls, Injuries | 1 Comment