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Wed, 04 Feb 2009
DINOSAUR'S, DINOSAUR'S, LONG NECKS AND VERY SHARP CLAWS.


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http://www.rccc.info/hws/rccc/gfx/recipes_350x299.jpgAsian Confetti Rice

A Healthy Kids Recipe

Chopsticks or not, this is a healthy kids recipe that provides a fun way to lunch with an Asian flair! Incorporate more whole grains into your child's diet with this clever brown-rice recipe that won't disappoint!

It's a great way to use leftover cooked rice and to save time.

Makes
4 Servings
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Ingredients:

2 cups                  Brown or white rice, cooked

1/2 Cup               Onions, finely chopped

1                            Garlic clove, minced

1/2 Cup               Red bell pepper, diced

1 Tablespoon      Roasted sesame oil

1/4 cup                Water

1 Tablespoon     Soy sauce

1/4 Cup              Soybeans, shelled and frozen

1/4 Cup             Corn, frozen

2      large flat  mushrooms, finely chopped

Dressing:

1 tablespoon       Soy sauce
1 teaspoon           Roasted sesame oilAlbertasaurus
1 teaspoon           Lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon      Ginger, powdered
Method:

Brown rice cooking instructions:
Rinse 1 cup uncooked, brown jasmine rice. Add rinsed rice to 2 1/4 cups water, bring to a boil. Turn heat to low and let simmer for 45 minutes until water is absorbed.
  • In skillet, saute onions, garlic, bell peppers and sesame oil on medium-low heat for 5 minutes or until tender.
  • Add in water, soy sauce, soybeans, corn, and mushroom cook till tender.
  • To make dressing, in separate bowl mix soy sauce, sesame oil, lemon juice and ginger.
  • Remove vegetables from heat. Toss in rice and mix well.
  • Add dressing to rice and vegetables. Mix together.
  •  Can be stored in refrigerator for up to 3 days

  • Soaring Dinosaur's at the Hong Kong
science Museum

Soaring Dinosaurs 

Chinese Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life features about 200 exotic fossils of dinosaurs and other ancient animals and plants unearthed in China. The fossils offer clues to the evolution of the dinosaurs and shed new light on the rise of birds, mammals and flowering plants.

Among the precious collection of fossils is the Jehol Biota unique to the province of Liaoning in northern China. During the early Cretaceous Period about 120 million years ago, the area was warm with lush vegetation around lakes and rivers. Prehistoric animals and plants flourished on this landscape until massive volcanic eruptions took place. Dinosaurs with feathers and ancients birds were among the victims of the prehistoric catastrophe. Without any warning and before they could take wing, the animals were buried alive in a layer of fine volcanic ash. Since the discovery of feathered dinosaurs in Liaoning in the early nineties, the exotic finds have commanded international attention and have become a focus of scientific research.

This exhibition showcases latest discoveries and research by the Institute of Geology of the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Museum, Chongqing Museum of Natural History and Lufeng Dinosaur Museum. Never before seen in Hong Kong, the fossils include the Jinfengopteryx elegans and Microraptor gui, precursors of modern birds, the 9-metre-tall Nuoerosaurus chaganensis found in the Gobi Desert, and the 9-metre-long Mammuthus sungari, one of the largest kinds of mammoths ever discovered.

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