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  • 1. Sato
  • 2. Family Tree
  • 3. Grandparents-Father’s SideThis is my father’sfather. His name isUwe. He is fromGermany. He was bornin 1945 in Munich.
  • 4. Grandparents-Mother’s sideThis is mymother’sfather. Hisname isYuichiro. He isfrom Tokyo,Japan. He wasborn in 1947.
  • 5. ParentsThese are myparents, Michael andYumiko. They weremarried in 2000. Myfather was born in1977 and my motherin 1978
  • 6. SiblingsThis is my sister,Lily, she is 4years old. Shewas born inHanoi, Vietnam.
  • 7. Other Relatives These are my aunts, uncles and cousins. They all live in the United States. I have three uncles and four aunts and fifteen cousins.
  • 8. Family RecipeThis is my Aunt Junko’s okonomiyaki(Japanese pancake) recipe. When wego to her house we cook it on thetable and have a good time.Ingredients for one pancakeCooked bacon 2-3strips cut into small piecesCabbage 3/4 cup shreddedA few prawnsBaking powder 1 teaspoonCake flour 4 tablespoonsSalt 1/6 teaspoonChopped green onion 1/2 cupWater 3 tablespoonsEgg 1
  • 9. Artifact HibachiThis is a small charcoal brazier called ahibachi in Japanese. This hibachi was mygreat-great grandfather’s. He gave it to mygrandfather after the war. They used touse it to cook yakitori but now we use it asa table. Sometimes, at New Year, we useit to cook mochi.
  • 10. Family EventMy mother, father, grandmother and brother went toHawaii last summer. We went to the beach andsnorkeled. My brother almost drowned but mygrandmother saved him. He is still alive. We had a