1 cup of couscous 3 table spoon olive oil onions garlic 2 table spoon vinegar 1 table spoon tamari 1 table spoon curry 1 table spoon brown sugar 1/2 tea spoon salt coriander 1 cup of peas 1 cup of corn 1/2 cup of raisins 1/2 cup of almonds
Bring 1 cup of water to boil and then put the couscous in it. Take away from the stove. Cook the onions with the garlic for 2 minutes then put all the rest of the ingredients except the almonds. Grilled the almonds before you mix them with the rest.
1 tasse de couscous 3 c. table d’huile d’olives oignions ail 2 c. table de vinaigre 1 c. table de tamari 1 c. table de curry 1 c. table de cassonade 1/2 c. thé de sel coriandre 1 tasse de petit pois 1 tasse de mais ½ tasse de raisins secs ½ tasse d’amandes
Porter 1 tasse d’eau à ébullition puis y ajouter le couscous. Retirer du feu. Cuire les oignons avec l’ail pour 2 minutes, puis y ajouter le reste des ingrédients, sauf les amandes. Faire dorer les amandes et les ajouter. Servir!
Fauna Foundation and Friends of Washoe are pleased to announce that Dr. Mary Lee Jensvold, former director of the Chimpanzee & Human Communication Institute, will be joining the team at Fauna Foundation.
Dr. Jensvold brings with her nearly 30 years of experience caring for Tatu, Loulis and their family of signing chimpanzees. Mary Lee’s various roles at Fauna will include a continuation of her ongoing documentation of Tatu and Loulis’ transition and introduction to the Fauna family. Other roles include development, with Gloria, of Fauna outreach and education programs for visiting interns, visitors and specialists; providing opportunities for others to learn to care for chimpanzees with compassion. Mary Lee will also perform fund-raising and grant-making activities as well as in assisting in caregiver training.
Mary Lee has produced numerous publications that include sign language studies and communication in chimpanzees and advancements in captive chimpanzee care. At Fauna, she will continue to publish articles, make presentations and develop relationships with organisations mutually beneficial to Fauna, FOW and the chimpanzees.
Mary Lee will be coming to Fauna in July, for one month, with two CHCI students and will be moving to Montreal, in September, to assume her new position as research, development and outreach Consultant.
We, at Fauna, look forward to welcoming and working with Mary Lee.
We wish her and her family all the best in settling down to life at Fauna and in Quebec.