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Donation of pieces of furniture for the Samoan campus At Avonside Girls' High School on Monday, New Zealand Armed Forces troops assisted in packing funds for the Manumalo Baptist School - which was severely affected by Cyclone Gita in February - into four UNIMGs. Ancient tables, stools and shelving from St. Albans, Cust and Bamford school, among others, will be sent to Apia and handed out to Manumalo and other needy school at the beginning of next months.

Avonsite Girls' CEO Cheryl Jenkins said some of the sponsored workstations had been in-stock for years. "but obviously there are only a few Samoa colleges that don't have any tables and chairs." Military personnel from New Zealand are helping to package items of equipment and other relief items for a cyclon-affected Samoa village college at Aveside Girls' High school.

The Samoanan panhipopo is nourishment for the spirit

So.... I have no clue how it became a Samoan thing to make those dekadenten rolls dipped in soft, velvet coir crème. And I know that Samoa bakery's been astonishing for years. I' m also familiar with this delicious chocolate mousse...? Rubbed coir flesh, turned and pressed in fluid, through a sieve...?

This stuff is the nektar of the Polyynesian deities. After a short time, some bright island dweller started to dip steaming warm sandwiches in sweet chocolate and then go down by the mom of all light bulb momenta. However, whatever its history (and if you really know, please tell us in the commentaries below), not many courts are more iconic than the pretty PANIPOPOO.

As in the olden times, the capacity to make a good, genuine peagipopo is a serious icon of my big brotherhood. I have an older sister who swore that he told her the formula.... and apparently he got it directly from my grad.

After mastering the arts of food from the pagipop, the next stage was clear to me how to make it. Then she let me take a pledge of silence and showed me all the time - little by little - how to make her precious skull. In the next few month I practised and practised (and eaten and eaten) and was quite good at making them.... and then I published my aunt's panipopop prescription on One Samoana.

Just cause then most of the pantipopo prescriptions on-line were made by non-Samoans whose directions were basically: As a Hamo Geek girl, I felt it was my job to follow the old, genuine Samoan familys formula for genuine antique panipop. I enjoyed the reaction to my initial PANIPOPOP item.

O le panoripopo mo'ilea! If you try to say to those who didn't serve'like Mom Panipopo', I promise they'll say'Eh,'o le mayo! thank you a great deal for the pole, gave me my pantipopo sensibility back; i knew my infancy tastes didn't lie. just had to advertise up again!!!! so i made another series and it went over so well, folks really think that i do this on a rotational base!! this prescription has my friend's relatives love me about now! thanks!!!! lol! who knew that pantipopo could cause such renown yeah?? lol!!! who knew that such renommee yeah?

Everybody liked it & I am really excited that I can do it from the ground up so that my whole life can be enjoyed by my people. You were like, but how can I do something if you don't tell me how many real pots of powder to use? I have done so often with my fagipopo (you can see it on my fagipopo abs) that the procedure is quite automated for me now.

I' m still using ground cups that are piled up right at the edge. I' m still stirring in so much hot dough that it's thick but wobbly. Even I get this prescription sometimes incorrect when I am diverted and forgetful. And, of course, to write down the prescription will help everyone to achieve more foreseeable results.... So I gave in at last.

I' ve just been spending the last few nights doing things - improving things, testing my home for tastes and criticism, feeding a lot more of these delicious pagis than I should (it's for science) - to get some real palagiar-like test. Anyone can try this formula now: This is probably the most delicious Samoan desert, the lush panipopop is a must for this particularly important meeting of families.

It is an old Hamo Geek Girl made for the whole wide range of people. Begin by placing your four teaspoons of meal in a large dish, adding the spoonful of salted water and then massaging the butters until the meal feels'silky' and becomes a little lumpy. It' work on the lees.

Gradually put in a hot glass of hot watermaker and stirring until the lees dissolve.... sometimes I come in with my hands to support the dissolution as well. Then put the leavened milk into the blend of flours - in the well with the glycid. Then simply take a teaspoon of wood and put the powder into the fluid - blend everything together - put in more hot air (2 to 3 cups) until it becomes a thick dough that wobbles a little when you shaking the dish.

Gently wipe the dish with a soft cloth or greaseproof sheet and allow to stand for 2 hrs in a hot, cool place. 2 teaspoonfuls of crushed meal on a neat bar, then place the pastry on top. Then, when the new meal is folded into the pastry, mix until it is much less tacky because it has ingested almost all the same.

It should have redoubled again, but this should have only a few small wholes. Drain another half bowl of crushed powder on the neat worktop because you will be kneading the pastry again, but only to get some more stickiness out of it. Now it' turn the rolls.

This is the ideal moment to preheat your oven - 200°C if you are in New Zealand..... or whatever that is in Fahrenheit (400?). Leave them there for a while (they will keep rising) while you make the coconut-cream sauces. Fill a can (or 450 ml) of crème of chocolate powder into a can.

Put 2 tablespoonfuls of meal into the empty can (or cup) and gradually fill with hot running hot steam - touching, agitating, touching - until the meal thins. Once the can / mug is filled with pure bottled milk, put the mix into the crème de coconuts. Mix in another can / mug of hot tap liquid while still mixing and then mix in a small amount of glycid.

It' a simple but really time-consuming formula, an a? All you need to do is put your pasta creme- coconut sauce in the frying pan with the rolls (except maybe a bowl of whipped milk to half through the baking process), then put the fryingpan in the oven and walk your legs for 20 mins.

It should have boiled a little, so now is a good moment to put in the last piece of crème and shut the stove for another little while. The rolls should be yellowish gold after another 20-25 min (45 min in total), with the crème of coconuts gushing around the base.

Give the whole house a call, make a cup of tea and split the panipopop chick. Now I think it is quite clear why genuine Samoan panipop - especially this prescription - is nourishment for MY souls. It' all about the ancestors. This reminds me of my grandpa, whom I only know from my own histories and photographs... a Carpenter who used to build homes and churches, a business man who ran estates and shops and a Samoan paper... a thoughtful baby-sitter who nourished me as a child when my folks had to work.

It' s a pleasure to join the familys traditional Picipopo, but it comes with a challenge: whose hands really are the best in making this delicacy? I was reminded by Picipopo of Christmas and New Year, birthday and funeral when the whole household is together and it's tea for them. This is a basic foodstuff for your whole household.

Fast tips on the Samoan language: It is not quite the same as a loaf of bred (or rolls ), which is why this formula does not contain it. Instead, the same pastry is produced that is also used for Samoan pig rolls or rolls. Bottom = Kokosnuss, especially ripe Kokosnüsse with thick flesh, which is rubbed and pressed, in order to manufacture beautiful Kokosnusscreme.

It is the right name for this meal, but in the informal conversation the Samoans will also say it with the word peagipopo - whereby the "g" will sound like the "ng" in "hanger". One of the plurality of pantipopo is also pantipopo. Have you tried this prescription?

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