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Popular Australian Foods, Part 2

Hello, this post is part 2 of my Popular Australian Foods posts. Showing you images of foods that are popular in Australia. In part 2 I talk about what they are made of and taste like. Hope you get a fond insight of Australian foods.

Link here for part 1:



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mixed berry pavlova Christa via Compfight


Aussie Meat Pie: Meat Pies

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Creative Commons License Amanda Slater via Compfight     July 11th "Anzac Biscuits"

…..a story

Suddenly I wasn’t the girl that cared about getting her hair wet or making excuses. The inclination to lounge in the sand was gone, and I desired to jump into the waves. I wasn’t scared anymore. I had conquered my fear of the ocean. I wanted to be drenched in sun, then pounded with saltwater, pushed under the deep, crisp sea and tossed around. I opened my eyes and watched my underwater surroundings spin around me, whisking me in a whirlwind of waves as if I was a giant magical wheel of wet clothes in a dryer.

Popular Australian Foods, Part 1

Number 10: ANZAC Biscuits
(An Anzac biscuit is a sweet biscuit, made using rolled oats, flour, desiccated coconut, sugar, butter, golden syrup, baking soda and boiling water.)

Number 9: Macadamia Nuts
(Native to eastern Australia, the macadamia nut is eaten raw or included in a variety of dishes. From breads to lamb roasts and cakes, this is a versatile nut.)

Number 8: Weet-Bix
(Weet-Bix is a high-fiber and low-sugar breakfast cereal biscuit)

Number 7: Lamingtons
(A Lamington is a square of sponge cake dipped in melted chocolate and grated coconut.)

Number 6: Salt and Pepper Calamari
(The squid or calamari is covered in salt-and-pepper batter, then deep-fried.)

Number 5: Lamb Leg Roast
(Lamb leg roast is a cut of lamb roasted in the oven with garlic, rosemary and olive oil.)

Number 4: Barbecued Sausages

Number 3: Meat Pies
(A pastry base filled with mince and gravy)

Number 2: Pavlova
(Pavlova is a popular meringue-based dessert that has a crisp crust and a soft, light inside. It’s often  decorated with whipped cream and fresh fruit.)

Number 1: Vegemite
(a type of savoury spread made from concentrated yeast extract.)

Stay tuned for part 2 of this post!

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·Halloween Poem·

Halloween, Halloween
Spooky, Spooky Halloween
Ghosts and Goblins can be seen.
They come on Halloween!

A haunted house designed to scare.
Go inside…if you dare!
Scary monsters you will find
Dressed in costumes of every kind.

A chilling mist in the air
Scary creatures everywhere.
They knock on doors…say “Trick or Treat!”
Then fill their sacks with food to eat.

Halloween, Halloween
Spooky, Spooky Halloween

A Bit About Me…

Hi, I’m Georgia from Australia

Adventurous, bubbly, kind and unique are some words that describe me.

I’m a student at Wilderness School. I believe everything happens for a reason. I have been Community Care Representative at Wildy for Semester 1. I really have really enjoyed this position as I learnt many new life long skills and knew that all my hard work and determination changed many lives of those in Nepal at the Bhadure School. I love going to school, especially Wildy. I am so grateful and appreciative that I am fortunate enough to go to this amazing school. My favourite subjects are geography and english. The sport I play is volleyball. I was born at Canberra in 2003 and moved to Adelaide in 2009, Adelaide is now my home.

This blog will have many different posts but are all mainly a form of school work. I am very privileged to have such great teachers who have set up these student blogs as another fun and interesting educational tool. One of my main goals this year as a leader of the Wilderness Junior School was hoping when I leave the Junior School that I have left a positive footprint. Another goal of mine is to be the best learner I possibly can, to be mindful and achieve to the best of my abilities. With the heart of a lion I can accomplish all of my goals, change the world and achieve my dreams.

Hope you enjoy my blog!