I made these delicious chocolate covered strawberries for the 4th of July! They were super simple to make! first wash the strawberries and dry them! Next you melt and dip
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An egg in the nest is a egg surrounded in toast.Turn on your stove burner to medium! Then make sure you put a little pat of butter on your skillet! You will tear a circle shaped hole in the bread and put it on the skillet. Then crack your egg into the hole. Wait 1-2 minutes before flipping your egg in the nest. Wait another 1-2 minutes before placing the egg in the nest on your plate! Then to make your egg in the nest spectacular, sprinkle 1/8 of a teaspoon of sea salt on it! Also, on the middle piece I would suggest jelly to flavor the toast! Below are the ingredients that you will need to make one egg in the nest. Enjoy!
1 large egg
1/8 tsp of sea salt
Jelly (if you want)
If you are looking for a thrilling, adventurous and scary book you have found your dream book! Fablehaven is a book about Kendra and Seth! Their parents are going on a cruise and they will be staying at their grandparents house when they go on the cruise! Kendra and Seth are still children but the world is still at risk of ending! Soon you will find out the mysterious creatures of Fablehaven! Can they save the world? Go to your nearest bookstore or library now and get Fablehaven by Bradon Mull to find out what will happen!
P.s. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover! The book is much more thrilling than the cover.
One of my favorite things I did in Hawaii was riding Dolphins at Sea Life Park. My sister and I got to do the Royal Dolphin Swim! We were in the chilly water with the Dolphins for about an hour. On of my favorite tricks was when the dolphins put their mouths on my feet and pushed me out of the water….it was very thrilling! I also had dolphin kisses and a double dorsal fin ride. If you are in Hawaii, I highly suggest a visit to sealife park for a royal dolphin adventure!
This is how you make a big batch of homemade cinnamon rolls! This recipe come from my Great-Grandmother and is perfect for breakfast Christmas morning. I hope you enjoy it!
2 cups of warm water in a big bowl
Sit a few minutes till frothy and yeast dissolved
Add 1 egg
1/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup veg oil
2 tsp salt
Mix well with a spoon
Add 5 to 6 cups of all purpose flour and mix till smooth
Mixture will be sticky when finished mixing
When Finnish mixing let dough rise to double in size
Roll out on a flat floured surface.
Spread 1 stick of fully melted butter on top
Spread 1 lb box of light brown sugar, cinnamon, golden raisins and pecans
Then start on one end and roll up the dough
Cut in one inch thick rolls and place in buttered pans
Let cinnamon rolls rise and double in size again.
Bake at 400° till golden brown and yummy looking about 15 to 20 minutes.
Sea turtles are fascinating creatures! We have lots of sea turtle nests here on our beach that are just about ready to hatch! I’m very excited and check our nests everyday to look for signs of hatchlings.
There are seven types of sea turtles still living….
They are The Green sea turtle, Hawksbill, Leatherback, Flatback, Loggerhead, Kemp Ridley and Olive Ridley. Here on the west cost of Florida we normally have Loggerhead sea turtles but sometimes we have Kemp Ridley sea turtles hatch!!!
Sea turtles can live from 50 to 80 years old.
Sea turtles lay around 100 eggs in a nest and only one out of 1,000 makes it to be a adult!
Here is a picture of baby sea turtles hatching!!!
Sunshine state books.
“Eight class pets +one squirrel \ one dog=chaos” By Vivian Vande Velde
This is a short 68 page book about a dog chasing a squirrel!
It all started when the squirrel saw a owl chasing him!
The squirrel then ran into the principal’s dog and got trapped in the school for one whole night!
I highly recommend this book if you have a dog, cat or you like animals!
I hope you enjoy the book!
The great Smoky mountains is a superb place to find wildlife!!!
My favorite place in the Smoky Mountains was Cade’s Cove!
There I found lots of wildlife including deer,snakes,bears and even blue tailed skinks!!! The deer we found were young juvenile bucks with velvet antlers.
This is a cool fact about blue tailed skinks:
When a predator try’s to eat them, the predator is attracted to the blue tail and goes for the blue tail and the blue tail breaks off! Most times the tail grows back the color of their skin but some times it will grow back pink!!!!
Black bears can run up to 35 miles an hour!
They can weigh up to 400 pounds!!!
Even though their name is black bears they can still be different colors! They can be cinnamon colored and some times not often they can be white!!!
Black bears stay with their mother for two years!
If you want to see cute humming birds then you should get a hummingbird feeder!
To attract the hummingbirds, fill it with suger water or you can buy special hummingbird nectar at the store!!!
Then it will take a few days for them to discover it!
In the right season (spring and summer) you will see a ton! Once they find it they will not leave it alone until all the nectar is gone!!!
Cool Fact: Did you know the Ruby Red Throated Hummingbird weigh less than a nickel?? Their favorite color is red, so a brightly colored feeder will attract more hummingbirds!!!
Have you ever seen Black Skimmer Chicks hatch before?
On my beach there is a colony of Black Skimmer eggs that are hatching! They lay about 4 eggs at a time and then go back next year to lay the eggs again! The eggs have black pink and brown speckles!
When the Black Skimmers hunt for food, they fly right above the water with their beak skimming the ocean! When they catch a fish they snap the beak closed to trap the fish in their beak! Then they carry it back to the hungry chicks!
It does not take long for the baby chicks to grow bigger!