Today Class 8 have been using a war time recipe to cook pear crumble, we talked about how we have been using our math and literacy skills with in our cooking, we have focused on using multiplication skills to ensure there was enough ingredients for the whole class and measuring skills to ensure the correct amount of ingredients was used, we also used literacy skills to read the instructions in chronological order.
What maths and literacy skills have you used today?
This afternoon Class 8 have cooked a very healthy recipe and delicious recipe, Indian cucumber and tomato salad. We have used radishes, tomatoes, red onions, a cucumber, lime juice and some natural yoghurt. It was very simple and easy to make! We have rated it 5 stars! Don’t forget to look out for a tomato, radish or cucumber plant at the plant sale.
Today we have cooked a traditional Chinese recipe. In our recipe it included: spring onions, peppers, noodles, garlic, ginger, soy sauce and carrots. We helped chop the vegetables together and boiled the noodles. We also enjoyed tasting it.
This afternoon, we have been making coleslaw. We had to use our knife skills to make sure we were cutting correctly and safely. We all got to try the coleslaw afterwards and we loved it. Can you name the ingredients?
This morning, we have been looking more at instruction texts. We have been looking at Roman instructions for making Libum bread, which the Roman’s had as a pudding. The instructions weren’t that easy to follow as they didn’t have proper … Continue reading →