Spotlight Recipe

Olivia Rodrigo’s Apple Slices

Olivia Rodrigo’s Apple Slices

Peanut butter
Granola or salted peanuts
Craisins, dried cherries, or dark chocolate chips

Core an apple and cut crosswise into quarter-inch thick slices. Spread a thin layer of peanut butter over the slices, sprinkle with your preferred toppings, and enjoy!

Olivia Rodrigo was born on February 20, 2003, in Murrieta, CA. Her passion for theater and music began at a young age. After landing a role in Disney Channel's Bizaardvark, she was homeschooled until her graduation in 2021. Rodrigo rose to fame on High School Musical: The Musical: The Series before starting a Grammy-winning music career with hit songs including "Driver's License," "Déjà vu," and "Good 4 U." She has won seven Billboard Music Awards and four MTV Video Music Awards, Time named her the 2021 Entertainer of the Year, and Billboard named her Woman of the Year in 2022.

Did you Know?

The Magical Science Behind Bubbles

The Magical Science Behind Bubbles

Did you know some soap bubble artists make bubbles up to 15 feet high? When mixed, soap and water create an incredibly lightweight and stretchy soap film. When you blow into this film, the soap and water molecules stretch out and trap air inside, creating a perfectly round bubble. If you don’t pop a bubble, it eventually pops naturally as water molecules evaporate and cause the outer layer of the bubble to be too thin to maintain the surface tension. 

Printing Quiz

If your printer mentions the word press, they really mean...

Answer 1: A device for extracting juice or oil.
Answer 2: People who work for newspapers and magazines, such as reporters and photographers.
Answer 3: A machine for printing text or pictures from type or plates.

Definition: In printing, a press is a mechanical device for applying pressure to an inked surface resting upon a print medium, thereby transferring the ink.

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