Classes at... 2°E were really funny last week! They did their work based on the text about antioxidants but when they tried to translate the names of some sources of antioxidants...it was at least interesting! Blueberry...what's that? Do we have this fruit here, in Brazil? The answer is YES! Our blueberry is called "mirtilo" and Rio Grande do Sul has already been producing them but not enough for all our country. It's relatively new for us but it's very popular in North America and in Europe, cold regions! The sweet flavour mixes very well in many desserts. Blueberry muffins are a must!We can have some delicious blueberry muffins at Starbucks, but if you want to bake them...take a look at the recipe above. My niece Nicole and I have already made this recipe and besides being very easy to make, it is really very good with a warm cup of a good tea (mainly if you have some blueberry tea from Celestial Seasonings). By the way, If you decided to bake them, don't forget to take one of the muffins to me at school...I'd love to try it! Enjoy that!
Professora de Inglês que graças a profissão se tornou uma cidadã do mundo que acredita piamente em duas coisas: lar é onde o coração está e que a educação é a chave para um mundo (bem) melhor!
I'm an English teacher that thanks to this profession became a world citizen who strongly believes in two things: home is where the heart is and that education is the key to a (much) better world!