14 Feb Cooking Club & Sri Lankan Cooking Night
Cooking Club 28th January 2020
Students had a great cooking club night, when they made a vegetarian dish to promote vegetarian food in the school, which was a puff pastry and baked bean slice. It’s really important not to have too much red meat and processed food in your diet each week. Well done on last week’s pastry work, where the students learnt how to plait pastry to produce some excellent results under the guidance of Ms Deboo and Mrs Moffatt.
Cooking Club 4th February 2020
Great cooking session, students learnt how to cook a Bakewell Tart better than Mr Kipling!
It was a process where the students had to make the mixture and the pastry for this cake. The results were amazing and all the students turned out some excellent Bakewell Tarts. I hope your families enjoyed the fruits of your hard work. The students learnt some great new skills.
I would like to thank Ms Deboo and Mrs Moffatt for their support.
Sri Lankan Cooking night fund raiser for Vietnam trip 2020
We had a great cooking night on Friday where staff from all parts of the school supported the food department in a cooking lesson on Sri Lankan food.
I would like to thank everyone who got involved, it was greatly appreciated. The event was in support of the JRCS trip to Vietnam later this year. Some of the dishes the staff cooked are below. Some staff were vegetarian, so recipes were adapted and had prawns or tofu.
- George’s dal
- Chicken and coconut curry
- Devilled prawn as opposed to chicken curry
- Gotu Kola sambol
- Coconut Rotti
It was a great evening. I enjoyed teaching such a diverse group of people. I would like to thank Mrs Moffatt and Ms Deboo for their support.
Food and Catering