Helo pawb, BLOD yma. Hwn yw fy nhrydydd diwrnod fel y blogwr gwadd. Mae’n hwyl! Mae nifer o bobl wedi gofyn i gael clywed rhywun yn siarad Cymraeg, felly mae fy mhrifathro wedi recordio Niamh o Flwyddyn 6 wedi yn darllen y paragraff am fwyd heddiw (mae hi wedi bod yn dysgu Cymraeg am hirach na fi, diolch am dy gymorth, Niamh)!
Ydach chi’n cofio nes i ofyn i chi ddyfalu pam dwi’n cyfri sticeri bob dydd? Roedd un person yn agos iawn. Weithiau mae staff y gegin yn cuddio sticeri o dan un plât ar hap. Rhaid i ni edrych o dan ein platiau i weld pwy sy’n cael sticer. Os ydych chi’n ffeindio sticer, rydych yn ennill gwobr. Mae hwn yn ein hannog i fwyta cinio ysgol. Mae’n rhaid bod yn ofalus peidio gollwng bwyd ar ein pennau wrth edrych! Heddiw fe wnaeth dau berson ffeindio sticer. Cawsant raw fach i’r ardd a phecyn o hadau. Fe allwch weld llun un o’r bechgyn yma.
Heddiw cawsom ginio o gig eidion. Cig eidion Cymreig oedd o. Cawsom datws rhost, pwdin Sir Efrog, moron a bresych hefo grefi a bara. Roedd yna datws stwnsh hefyd ond dydw i ddim yn hoffi tatws stwnsh. I bwdin mi ges i deisen ‘rice crispies’. Ar y fwydlen ei enw ydi ‘Krispie Aur’. Dwi’n meddwl ei fod yn cael ei wneud efo triog a syrup. Mi roedd yn fendigedig.
Hello everyone, BLOD here. It’s my third day as the guest blogger. It is fun! Lots of people are interested to know what the Welsh language sounds like so my headteacher has recorded Niamh from Year 6 reading the paragraph about today’s food (she’s been learning Welsh for longer than I have – thanks for your help, Niamh)!
I asked you to guess why I’m counting stickers didn’t I. One person was very close! Sometimes at dinner time the dinner staff put a sticker underneath someone’s tray at random. We all have to look under our trays to see who gets the sticker. If you get the sticker you win a prize. This encourages us to have school dinners. We have to be careful not to spill any food on our heads when we check! Today two people found a sticker. They won a trowel and a pack of seeds. You can see one of the boys here.
Today we had a beef dinner. It was Welsh beef. With it I had roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, carrots, and cabbage with gravy and bread. There was mashed potato too but I don’t like that. For dessert I had a rice crispy cake. On the menu it is called a Golden Krispie. I think it is made with treacle and syrup. It was delicious.
Courses: main and dessert
Price: £1.85 (but we just found out they change to £1.90 in September)
Pieces of hair: 0
Stickers: 0 for me (but 2 for other people!)
Now let’s see some food from another country. Today we’re going to China (15 seconds). Christine says:
The picture I'm sending you shows my lunch today at the Muslim canteen at my uni (Xiamen is a sort of quiet little town located on the southeastern coast of China), where you get a helping of steamed rice for free and pay for the specific dishes that go with it. I got scrambled eggs with tomatoes, chicken and green pea stew and potato and beef stew. Then you get funny carrot-coloured chopsticks and a spoon, which I think is indispensable since it's impossible to eat rice or peas with chopsticks!
Food-o-meter: 9/10 (Chinese Muslims have some really tasty stews!)
Mouthfuls: too hungry to count :p
Courses: main (you could buy fruits for afters but they don't have dairies on the menu, more's the pity!)
Health Rating: 10/10 (it's a large portion, yet you're likely to get hungry at least some minutes before supper...)
Price: 7.5 RMB, or about 80 pence
Pieces of Hair: 0 (yayness!)
BLOD here once more. I think the scrambled eggs with tomatoes look really nice but at first I thought it was chicken. I’m not a fan of scrambled eggs though. I would really like to try the chicken and green pea stew though! I’ve seen spoons like that in the Chinese restaurant in Holyhead. When I go there I try to use chopsticks. I’m getting there slowly! Once, when I was about 7 years old we had a Chinese Day in school. There is a picture of me here – I’m the one on the left!
Do you want me to leave you with a challenge? As you seem to like the Welsh language I thought you might want to try to say the name of the place with the longest name in the UK. It’s not far from where we live. Niamh will read it out to you tomorrow! Here it is: LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLLGOGERYCHWYRNDROBWLLLLANTYSILIOGOGOGOCH