Wearable tech | WOW Talks | Women in Tech event London

I’ve been a busy wearable tech assistant at work with MadeWithGlove and WoW UK Women of wearables! Check out what we’ve been up to.

WoW UK co-founder Marija Butkovic and Wearable Tech assistant Rachael Yeung exhibited at the WOW Talks TV’s first women in tech event on 20th September 2016 in London. Here is Rachael’s account of it all.

wearables tech assistant Rachael Yeung from WoW UK Women of wearables and MadeWIthGlove at the Women in Tech event in London hosted by WOWTalks
All of the school pupils were so intrigued!

Setting up the exhibit space in the morning with our brand new display banner as we braced ourselves for the crowd of inspiration hungry school pupils to arrive.  We were informed that there would be 400 school girls arriving to be inspired!

Check out what happened on the official Women of Wearables website written by Rachael Yeung and edited by Michelle Hua on www.womenofwearables.com 

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Wearable tech | WOW Talks | Women in Tech event London

London for the weekend and FREE Blueberry pancakes recipe

So my cousin from China has never made her own pancakes before so I thought I’d share how I like my pancakes in the morning!

Watch it on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/embed/xR_-icJeEu0

And she also has never been to London, so I had a bit of a tourist moment to show people around the world some of London.

Blueberry Pancakes recipe:

Serves 1-2 people

1/2 cup plain flour

1 egg

A punnet of blueberries and honey to serve

100ml milk (adjust as necessary for the consistency of your pancake)

 

Method:

  1. Beat the egg.
  2. Mix in the flour.
  3. Add the milk slowly to archive the consistency that you want. The thicker the consistency the thicker the pancakes, and the longer it will take to cook.
  4. Mix all of the ingredients well and then leave to combine for a few minutes.
  5. In a well oiled medium heat frying pan, use a ladle to proportion the pancakes and drop in some blueberries. Leave it to cook on one side.
  6. When the pancake is able to move/be peeled off, flip it over to cook the other side until equally toasted.
  7. Serve with blueberries and honey, bon appetite!

Great variations of this recipe is to replace the egg with a very ripe banana to make banana pancakes. To add a healthy kick, switch the plain flour for wholemeal plain flour!

So how do YOU like your pancakes?? Savoury or sweet? Have a weird combination/topping you like? Lets us know in the comments below!

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London for the weekend and FREE Blueberry pancakes recipe