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Lunch Lady Magazine Issue 9

Lunch Lady is a quarterly keepsake full of meaningful content, inspiring family stories, easy DIY, stacks of recipes plus funny relatable opinion pieces about the ups and downs of raising childrwn. It's a magazine where parenting is not taken too seriously but a balanced approach to family life is.

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Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
We Print Nice Things
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hello foundation sponsors!

Bivouac Kid Kim Mears "Instead of using plastic storage solutions, Bivouac Kid uses more environmentally friendly cotton canvas fabric, and we manufacture ethically. Bivouac Kid provides a practical and stylish solution to a problem most parents have: varying amounts of kids’ stuff, which needs to be tamed. Our products make children’s rooms more accessible for play and imagination, which helps give kids the chance to be more responsible and tidy up after themselves. Bivouac Kid is also about fun. That is childhood, after all." Kollab Hayley Barret t "Kollab’s entire inspiration and purpose as a brand is to make the practical fashionable. I always questioned why run-of-the-mill shopping bags, lunch boxes, coolers and drink bottles couldn’t be beautiful as well as functional and affordable. I watched people, including myself, purchase these essentials with no real…

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gingerbread scrabble

Expert baking by Lighthouse Prep time 15 mins Cooking time 20 mins Makes 60 Biscuits Ingredients: - 90g unsalted butter, softened - 1/4 cup brown sugar - 1 egg - 1/4 cup golden syrup- 13/4 cups Lighthouse Biscuit,Pastry & Cake Plain Flour- 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda- 1tsp ground ginger- 1tsp ground cloves- 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg- 300g ready-to-roll icing- Tubes of writing icing Method: 1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Beat butter and sugar in a bowl until pale and creamy. Stir in egg and syrup. Sift flour, bicarbonate of soda and spices together. Gradually beat into butter mixture to combine. 2. Divide dough in half. Roll out 1 portion between 2 sheets of baking paper until 5 mm thick. Remove top sheet of paper and transfer bottom sheet, with dough, to a tray. Using a…

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adventure snax

BAKED CHERRY CHEESECAKES Makes 16 • 250g / 8.8oz shredded wheat or digestive biscuits• 100g / 3.5oz butter• 1 tsp ground cinnamon• 325g / 11.4oz firm ricotta• 250g / 8.8oz cream cheese• 2 large eggs• 1 tbsp vanilla paste• 3 tbsp honey• 1 cup pitted cherries, fresh or frozen 1. Preheat the oven to 170°C / 325°F / Gas Mark 3. 2. Line two muffin tins with a total of 16 muffin cases. 3. In a food processor, blitz together the biscuits, butter and cinnamon until the biscuits are completely broken down and the mixture is sand-like. 4. Place a heaped tablespoon of the biscuit mixture into each muffin case and press down with your fingertips to create a base. 5. Clean the food processor bowl, ready to make the filling. 6. Drain any liquid from the ricotta. 7.…

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paint, pom-poms, felt, wool, paper + rocks

As you might have guessed, Gary Dahl, the guy who invented Pet Rocks, had been drinking when he came up with the idea. The story goes that he was boozing at his local bar in Los Gatos, the California town where he lived, when talk eventually turned to pets and how much of a pain they are—all the feeding and walking, not to mention having to scoop up their poop. A freelance copywriter at the time, Gary declared that his pet never caused him any trouble whatsoever. How so? Rather than keep a golden retriever, a Siamese or guinea pigs, he had a pet rock. It was a dumb joke, but one that Dahl instantly thought might just be silly enough to work. Within a couple of weeks, he’d talked a couple…

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the grandma effect

Veteran 60 Minutes reporter Lesley Stahl has spent her career interviewing presidents, covering war zones and investigating injustice. Yet as she explains in her book Becoming Grandma, the most significant moment of her adult life didn’t occur in the White House or Tel Aviv—it was when her first grandchild, Jordan, was born in 2011. “I was jolted, blindsided by a wallop of loving more intense than anything I could remember or had ever imagined,” she writes. “I was at a time in my life where I assumed I had already had my best day, my tallest high. But now I was overwhelmed with euphoria. Why was she hitting with such a force?” Susan Moore, an emeritus professor of psychology at Swinburne University and three-time grandmother herself, says there’s nothing unusual about…

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how to say grand mother around the world.

ALBANIA Gjyshe [ joo-sheh ] AUSTRALIA Nanna [ nan-na ] BELGIUM Bomma [ bo-ma ] B OSNIA Baka [ bah-kah ] BR A ZIL Avó [ ah-vah ] BULGARIA Baba [ bah-bah ] C AMB ODIA Yeay [ yay ] CHINA NaiNai [ nie-nie ] CZECH REPUBLIC Babicka [ bah-bee-kah ] DENMARK Mormor [ more-more ] EGYPT Teta [ tee-tah ] ENGL AND Grandma [ grand-ma ] FINL AND Mummo [ moo-moh ] FR ANCE Grand-mère [ gron-mare ] GEROGIA Bebia [ beh-bee-ah ] GERMANY Oma [ oh-ma ] GREECE Yiayia [ yah-yah ] HAWAII Tutu [ too-too ] HOLL AND Grootmoeder [ groot-moe-der ] HUNGARY Nagymama [ narj-mah-mah ] ICEL AND Amma [ ah-mah ] INDIA Awa [ ah-wah ] IND ONE SIA Nenek [ neh-nek ] IREL AND Maimeó [ mam-oh ] ISR AEL Savta [ soft-tah ] ITALY Nonna [ non-na ] JAPAN Sobo [ soh-boh ] KENYA Bibi [ bee-bee ] KOREAN Halmoni [ hal-muh-nee ] L AOS Pog [ pahg ] LITHUANIA Senelė [ seh-neh-leh ] MOROCCO Jiddah [ shid-hah ] NORWAY Bestemor [ best-eh-more ] PHILIPPINE S Lola [ low-lah ] P OL AND Babcia [ bab-chee-ah ] ROMANIA Bunica [ boo-nee-ka ] RUSSIA Babushka [ bah-boosh-kah ] SAMOA Tina [ tee-nah ] SOMALIA Ayeeyo [ ah-yee-yo ] SOUTH AFRICA Ugogo [ oo-goh-goh ] SPAIN Abuela [ ah-bway-lah ] TURKE Y Büyükanne [ byoo-kah-neh ] UKR AINE Babusya [ bah-boo-sah ] VIE TNAM Bà nôi [ bah noy-ee ]…

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