For Mother's Day, I helped Dad make orange rolls for Mom. We cooked a breakfast that she didn't have to make or clean up. Plus she got to sleep in. I also made omelets. I learned how to make omelets in my engineering class this year. During the winter, one of the students in my class found a griddle in the classroom. We all decided that we needed to have a breakfast day, so we did. We all brought in a variety of different foods for breakfast. We made 15-20 omelets, probably 50 pancakes (banana, chocolate chip, M&M, Lucky Charm, and a combo),cereal, donuts, fruit, chocolate milk, and orange juice. We had a feast. I had never made before that. It's amazing to think that I learned how to make an omelet in a class that we normally build robots, catapults, self-propelled vehicles, and use programming software. It came in handy though, because they were a hit this morning. I filled them with cheese, onions, peppers, thyme, and basil. They were delicious. I might have to make them again sometime.
This weekend I also made a Spanish influenced dish for my Spanish class. We were required to make a dish and explain how to make it in Spanish. I had a great time with my friends, made some great banana pancakes, and got the project done early! Here is the link if you want to make some yummy Banana Pancakes!
Later on this week, I will make some Russian Zebra Cake for my History class, so look on my Flickr page for yummy photos. Have a good week.