Friday, 12 January 2018

Week Three: The Post War(s) Era (1951 - 2000)

Activity 1: Meat and Three Veg
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It was common for women in the 1950s to stay home with their children and raise their family. They were called ‘housewives.’ Many housewives followed a simple rule when they prepared the evening meal: the ‘meat and three veg’ rule. This meant that they prepared dinners that included three different vegetables and a type of meat (eg. beef, lamb, or chicken).

On your blog tell us if you think that the ‘meat and three veg’ rule is a good one. Do you like the rule? Would you enjoy eating a typical 1950s dinner? Why or why not?

Well it's maybe a good rule,but it's healthy the veg is and the lamb.Yes I think i will enjoy this it's so tasty the veg is good for my brain and lamb.

1 comment:

  1. Kia Ora Hazel,

    It is great to see that you are thinking about what is healthy and good for our mind and body. I do my very best to eat a range of foods so that I am able to get enough vitamins and minerals to keep me feeling healthy and strong. Do you try to eat a balanced diet as well?

    I hope that you and your family have a wonderful week-end and that school has started off well for you this year. It's hard to believe that it's 2018 already, isn't it?!

    See you at Pt England when I come in to hand out the certificates and prizes later this month.

    Rachel :)