Ingredients: 4 eggs, half a kilo of potatoes, olive oil, salt. Step 1: Peel, wash and chop the potatoes into thin slices. Add salt and fry them on a medium heat until the potatoes are fully cooked and golden brown . Trick: you can smash the potatoes while moving. Remove the potatoes from the pan and drain the oil in a colander or on a plate with absorbent cooking paper. Step 2: Beat the eggs with some salt, add the potatoes and mix them together Step 3: Pour 2 teaspoons of olive oil into the pan and heat on medium heat. Then, pour the egg and potatoes mixture into the pan and spread it out evenly. Move the mixture skillfully, shaking the pan , then turn the omelette using a plate large enough or a pan’s lid and cook on the other side. You can turn it several times to get both sides golden brown. Ready to serve!(
Easy and quick to prepare: Put all the ingredients in a bowl: Tinned tomatoes, tinned tuna, boiled eggs, sliced onion, olives cod. Add some salt and olive oil. It is usually eaten accompanied by lettuce and broad beans.
Music and Dance
The Senior Center Rondalla from Hellin has delighted us with pieces of folk music of our land, our students and teachers are also ready to teach our friends from Scotland and Poland:
From Spain we propose two more games to teach our peers and to share with them in Poland:
DOGS AND CATS
To play this game you need two teams: dogs and cats.
Line them up facing each other, then mark the field with a dividing line and place a ball per pair on it (a player from each team).
The teacher says the name of a team (cat or dog) and the players of that team have to catch the ball and try to touch their mates with it. The members of the adversary team try to avoid the ball running through the set field. Forty or fifty seconds later the balls are placed again on the dividing line and the game stars again.
A TRAINER BEHIND SOMEONE
All the players will be in a circle sitting on the floor except one player who will stay outside the circle with a trainer on his hand. The players will close their eyes and will place their heads between their legs. The pupil outside the circle has to go round the circle and place the trainer behind someone. Then, the player with the trainer behind him has to take it and chase the other player. If he catches him before sitting on the free place, he will start the game again.
John from the PE department in Scotland has sent us some information about traditional Scottish country dancing and Shinty.