2020 will be the 400th anniversary of The Mayflower ship leaving Rotherhite and sailing from Plymouth to America. My school project is to design a logo to mark the 400th year. Rotherhithe, part of modern day Southwark, has a long seafaring and ship building history and was the place where Christopher Jones, the captain and part owner of the ship, and many of the crew of the ship “Mayflower” lived. Read more about Mayflower 400 online at the Southwark council web site: http://www.southwark.gov.uk/heritage-and-local-history/historic-southwark/the-mayflower-and-mayflower-400
I saw this recipe in The Guardian Lifestyle magazine. It is by a chef that I really like, her name is Thomasina Miers and Wahaca is one of my favourite places to eat at for a special treat! I love their kids menu and I also like the steak and salsa.
This recipe was so easy to make that I cooked it on my own for my family (with a tiny bit of help with getting hot stuff out of the oven). You can see the full recipe here. Interestingly, it also features a Sri Lankan cauliflower curry at the top of the page (I am half Sri Lankan!). I have a cauliflower in the fridge but I need to ask my grandma to bring me some curry leaves so I can try out this recipe!
Iris’s school project about the Romans.