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My Heritage

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Blessy Guiniawan

on 12 June 2015

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Transcript of My Heritage

Food and recipe
100 Years Of Beauty in Philippines
My Family Tree
Me!
John
Brenda
Amelia
Moreno
Aida
William
?
?
Inataro
Nagata
Magdalena
Kitem
Dokbet
Domirez
Ogmay
Guiniawan
About My Heritage
6/8/15 7-3
Mrs.Mitchell

Pictures of relatives
Birth Certificates
Traditonal arts/craft/clothing
The blue represents willingness to sacrifice one another for freedom, peace, truth and justice.
The red symbolizes courage and patriotism.
The white triangle represents equality and the Katipunan nationalist organization. The three stars represent the three main geographical regions of the Philippines: Luzon, Mindanao and Visayas. The sun represents independence and its eight rays represent the eight provinces that led the Philippine uprising against Spanish rule.
Langauge Similarities
English- Water
Tagalog- Tubig
Elokano- Danum
Kangkanaoy- Shanum

There are many filipino words that are spanish
-kutchara- spoon
-tinidor- fork
-papel- paper

Leche Flan
Yema
What it is- Yema is a type of custard candy/fudge made from egg yolks and condensed milk
Ingredients
-3 tbsp unsalted butter
-1 can (14 ounces) condensed milk
-3 egg yolks
-3 tbsp peanuts, chopped

Instructions
-Place the butter in a heated saucepan and allow to melt
-Stir-in the condensed milk and allow to cook for 3 minutes
-Add the egg yolks then continue stirring for 2 minutes
-Set the heat to medium and put-in the chopped peanuts then stir until the mixture becomes thick
(about 15 to 20 minutes)
-Adjust heat to low when texture is about to be achieved.
-Turn-off the heat and allow the mixture to cool down
-When the temperature of the mixture is tolerable, scoop a spoonful then roll with your hands to form a sphere (ball shape).
-Transfer to a serving dish and apply your desired presentation
Serve. Share and Enjoy!
Recipe
What it is- Leche Flan (also known as crème caramel and caramel custard) is a dessert made-up of eggs and milk with a soft caramel on top. This dessert is known throughout the world (especially in Europe) and has been in the dessert menu of most restaurants
Ingredients
-10 pieces raw eggs
-1 small can condensed milk
-1 cup fresh milk (or evaporated milk)
-1 cup granulated sugar
-1 tsp vanilla extract

Instructions
-Using all the eggs, separate the yolk from the egg white (only egg yolks will be used).
-Place the egg yolks in a big bowl then beat them using a fork or an egg beater
-Add the condensed milk and mix thoroughly
-Pour-in the fresh milk and mix well
-Put the mold (llanera) on top of the stove and heat using low fire
-Put-in the granulated sugar on the mold and mix thoroughly until the solid sugar turns into liquid (caramel) having a light brown color. Note: Sometimes it is hard to find a Llanera (Traditional flan mold) depending on your location. I find it more convenient to use individual Round Pans in making leche flan.
-Spread the caramel (liquid sugar) evenly on the flat side of the mold
-Wait for 5 minutes then pour the egg yolk and milk mixture on the mold
-Cover the top of the mold using an Aluminum foil
-Steam the mold with egg and milk mixture for 30 to 35 minutes.
-After steaming, let the temperature cool down then refrigerate
Serve for dessert. Share and Enjoy!
Recipe
My great-grandpa is Japanese
Brenda- My mom
Crizel- My sister
John- My dad
1. 5 days old
2. No
3. Playing in the attic
4. Toronto
5. It was good
6. It was different because we moved; the enviroment was different
7. There are more technology
8. Bible stories
9. Car racing games
10. ?
11. Normal pop/modern music
12. Bang the door on their room/break stuff
13. Not old enough
14. Nothing
15. More advanced technology. We still like to bond.

1. 5 minutes old
2. No
3. Killing birds with a sling on the mountains
4. Philippines
5. It was hard because I grew up with a poor family
6. It was fun
7. It became easier but life is still tough
8. ?
9. Playing basketball
10. ?
11. Country music
12. Not following thier instructions
13. 30
14. ?
15. He is still strong. We are still together.

1. When I was a newborn
2. Yes; my eyes, and I look like them
3. When grandma and grandpa take me places
4. Philippines
5. Simple
6. It was fun/easy
7. It is easier living here but you have to work for it
8. ?
9. Tag
10. ?
11. Christian music
12. Being stubborn/not following instructions
13. 29
14. That your great-grandpa is Japanese
15. Many challenges but also suprises- We are still together
Keepsake
Marriage Certificate
They are important because they are my family and they tell our story of our history.
This is important because it gives
me the opportunity to go to school, provides protection, and creates a permanent record of existance.
This is important because it shows that my parents are officially married together.
It is important because it is a part of my heritage and we practice what our ancestors had done way, way back.
Interviews
Fun things I have done in Philippines
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