Kei Betty Fried Rice!

ktadmin Posted in Entertainment, Recipes and Health Facts, Video
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Great Chicken Fried Rice! I came across this great recipe with a very amusing presentation. Betty has Martial Arts Appeal and we are more then happy to present her here 🙂


If you couldn’t write that all down fast enough here is the Ingredient list and Directions or you can print it from the PDF Betty was gracious enough to make available. Happy Cooking!

    Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Jasmine white rice
  • 2 green onions (aka spring onions)
  • 2 wheels medium sweet white onion
  • 1 small carrot
  • 2 eggs
  • 2-3 cloves garlic
  • ¾ – 1 cup chopped chicken
  • ½ cup low sodium soy sauce (to taste)
  • canola oil
  • salt & pepper
    Directions:
  1. Prepare one cup Jasmine white rice. That’s 3 cups cooked white rice, yo.
  2. Allow the rice to cool or even chill out in the refrigerator before you use it.
  3. Dice green onions, white onion and carrot. Mince garlic; set aside. Shred or chop grilled chicken; set aside.
  4. Saute green onions, white onion and carrot in your biggest, flattest skillet with a dash of salt and a crack of pepper in 1 tsp canola oil over medium heat until tender and golden. Remove from heat.
  5. Cook 2 eggs in 1 tsp of canola oil. Start with a fry and end with a scramble. Don’t forget the salt and pepper. Remove from heat.
  6. Add 1 tbsp canola oil to medium-high heat pan. Begin cooking the rice in small batches, gradually adding rice to pan. The rice will not brown, per se, but begin to get a little color around the edges. Fry plain rice 5-7 minutes.
  7. Sprinkle low-sodium soy sauce over frying rice. Toss.
  8. Add a scant tablespoon of butter. Toss.
  9. Fry rice, soy sauce and butter for another 5 minutes.
  10. Add sauted vegetable mixture and eggs. Toss.
  11. Lower heat to medium-low and add chicken, garlic and finish of soy sauce. Toss a few more minutes and enjoy!

For an added treat serve with some steamed broccoli. A sprinkling of toasted sesame seeds and a dash of Sriracha never hurt either! Buy the ingredients using the provided links and help support the Pride Lasts Scholarship while satisfying your appetite!

Check out some of Betty’s other great Recipes at her site.

The Best Karate Kid Parody!

ktadmin Posted in Articles of Interest, Entertainment, Training notes, Video,Tags: ,
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I’m not sure I would call this a Parody, but that is the Title. This is really the best Karate Kid short I have ever seen. It is also one of the best Karate Shorts period. From the soundtrack to the filming this has a great professional feel to it. I especially like the ending when he refuses the bait, a very nice and realistic touch…you’ll understand…after you watch it.




We will spend some more time on this film during our upcoming Exclusive Interview the with creator Nic Shake.

Look for it soon right here!

Camp America – Martial Arts Instructor

ktadmin Posted in Entertainment, For Kids, Fun Stuff, News
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Camp AmericaSalary: See detail
Company: Camp America
Location: USA

We are looking for people with Martial arts teaching experience to work in US children’s summer camps. Positions are varied to suit candidates’ level of skill and certification.

US summer camps are residential, set in beautiful country settings generally by a lakeside. This is a great opportunity to work in an international setting with staff from all over the world. Application is via the Camp America program. Camp America provides placement matching with a camp, sponsorship for J1 cultural exchange visa, free flight from London and all support prior and during the placement.

You must be able to depart for the US in May / June and be available to work for 9 weeks at camp. Further time is allowed for independent travel (often with friends made at camp) according to your own preferences. Participants will be required to purchase medical insurance, and pay for CRB, medical and US visa charges and air & security taxes. Small good faith deposit is payable to Camp America. Total pocket money for the 9 weeks will be $700 to $1200 (depending on age and experience) for Specialists who are certified. Interviews are available throughout the UK and Worldwide. Application Deadline April 2008.

Many other positions available for sports and activity experienced applicants, or those wanting to work with special needs or inner city children, or who wish to work in a faith environment. We can also place staff that are not experienced but have the enthusiasm and are prepared to work hard to ensure children enjoy their camp experience. Lots of camps, lots of placement opportunities – Camp America is famous for arranging summer camp placements in the USA since 1969.

For more information contact Camp America on: enquiries@campamerica.co.uk alternatively Tel 020 7581 7171 or visit www.campamerica.co.uk. And, Don’t forget to tell your campers about KarateTraining.org!

Priates versus Ninjas

ktadmin Posted in Entertainment, Fun Stuff
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This has been floating around the Internet for some time now regardless I thought I’d include it here.


Unfortunately they have not continued with this series, to bad it could have been a big success.

How Good Are You?

ktadmin Posted in Competition, Entertainment, For Kids, Fun Stuff
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Can you beat this score?

Penguin Hit High Score!

Play Yeti Sports Pinguin Hit to see if you can beat this score! If you post your high score in the comments and we have enough response (i.e.: tell your friends) then we will award a prize to the highest score provided they can backup the claim! What do you have to lose? Once you start you won’t believe how much fun it really is to hit those darn Penguins!! Batter up!

… don’t forget to read the fine print…

Commenter’s must provide a legitimate email address to receive a prize. All prize winners must provide proof of their claimed score. All prize winners waive any royalties or rights to the use of their amazing feat, name, likeness, competition story, or person in the event that their actions and high score result in book deals, movie rights or Broadway shows. KarateTraining.org will most likely share a maximum 10% of the profits from any resulting book deals, movie rights or Broadway shows at the discretion of management. Have fun and play often!

The Game Room is Open!

ktadmin Posted in Announcements & Press Releases, Entertainment, For Kids, Site_News
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That’s right the KarateTraining.org Game Room is now open!! This addition to the web site offering is way over due but well worth the wait! Featuring some of the greatest games of all time for your enjoyment.

The Games We Love to Play! Have fun!

And let us know what you think or if you have any requests.

An Appropriate Reaction

ktadmin Posted in Articles of Interest, Entertainment, Self-Defense, Video
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This is old news but a great talking point so I am drawing some attention to it. In the video Burt Reynolds slaps a reporter…GASP, the horror! So why would Burt Reynolds do such a thing? Well, Burt Reynolds slapped the CBS reporter at premier of film “The Longest Yard” when the reporter admits he never saw the original. Sounds reasonable to me!

Burt Reynolds is a man’s man and has never worried about what people think but he also has never shown himself to be mean spirited, quite the opposite. In the video Burt is clearly smacking the “guy” upside the head for being an idiot. Now if it was a female reporter then perhaps Burt’s move would have been inappropriate but in a man’s world body contact like this is normal behavior. Guys give each other a hard time for being idiots and yes a smack in the head is appropriate sometimes.

What is really interesting is the way CBS chose to report the story. CBS uses language to mislead and inflame the situation for the public to try and maximize the news worthiness of this non-news item. Using language like CBS Producer to neuter the reporter and insinuate the report was a woman. Then they make the offense sound more violent stating Burt Reynolds “Hitting” a CBS Producer. Most people will only hear or remember the sound bite and then draw their own conclusions. In my opinion more people should slap reporters for bad reporting…strike that, for out right lying about events to make them more sensational. Way to go Burt!



Bob Barker, Karate Man?

ktadmin Posted in Entertainment, Fun Stuff, Video
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This is an interesting video clip, it appears that at some point Bob Barker applied for a job at ESPN (or spoofed one) and this is the resulting edited version. Listen to hear Bob review his resume and why he would be the best guy for the job. But don’t get to close!



Don’t Mess with Chuck!!

ktadmin Posted in Entertainment, Fun Stuff, Video
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It has been a while since I have posted some Chuck Norris humor. I stumbled across this old commercial when getting the video for the last post. Don’t ask me why but this stuff cracks me up! I still read through the Chuck Norris posts in the Forum. If you have any others please post them there or here as a comment. Hope you enjoy this as much as I do…



Remember Chuck Norris’ Karate Commandos?

ktadmin Posted in Entertainment, Fun Stuff, Video
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This old cartoon classic… Chuck Norris Karate Commandos

Complete with introductions by Chuck Norris himself this retro 1970’s style cartoon is a classic! But don’t take our word for it watch a clip for yourself and let the memories flood back to that golden age of cartoon entertainment.




Now you can share the experience with your kids and help the Pride Lasts Foundation at the same time by purchasing from here!