Remembrance Day

On 11 November it is Remembrance Day this is a day full of respect and honour. At 11:00 on this day there is a 1 minute silence for us to take the time to remember all the brave Australian soldiers that fought in war for their country.On Remembrance Day many poppies are made. These poppies represent: the sacrifice of shed blood. Remembrance day is a day we commemorate soldiers and remember them. It is truly amazing how brave these soldiers were and it shows ho much they loved and respected their country.

Poppies in the Moat                                           Ania Mendrek via Compfight

 

Our Food

Here are some Australian Foods:

LamingtonsLamingtons are a popular Australian Food. A                            traditional Lamington is a sponge cake coated in                    chocolate sauce and then sprinkled with                                     desiccated coconut. Now you can even get                                strawberry or lemon lamingtons. Some                                      lamingtons are served in 2 halves with whipped                     cream in between.

 

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The Beach

Vegemite is another unique Australian food. Vegemite has an acquire taste and some people don’t enjoy it as much as others do. There are many different ways of eating Vegemite, a popular way is  to spread some on toast!

 

 

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iced_coffee

This Iced Coffee is australian and originally SA! The company is currently called Lion Dairy and Drinks. This milk beverage is very popular and tasty. Did you know that Australian drank 22, 000, 000 Litres of this beverage in 2003?

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Easter pavlova

A Pavlova is a meringue based dessert usually with fruit and whipped cream on top and in the middle. This sweet treat is eaten a lot in Australian and New Zealand homes. Did you know that this dish dish was named after a dancer called Anna Pavlova?

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So these are just some of the amazing Australian foods!

I hope you learnt something new from this post.