This term our Year 5 Kitchen journalists, Lulu G. And Emily C, interviewed T3 students for “Give Me Fives in the Kitchen” after their cooking sessions. Two of the dishes they cooked were: Tomato Tart and Salad and Rice Paper Rolls – both perfect for a summer picnic this holiday.
Junior chef comments on the Tomato Tart were:
“The trickiest part was chopping the tomatoes because they were so squishy.” – Holden
“I really enjoyed going to the garden to get oregano and thyme.” -Ziggy
“Garlic was the most interesting ingredient because it was fun to chop.” – Jasset
“I learnt to chop herbs really small and to cut the baking paper in a circle.” – Bailey.
Junior chef comments on the Rice Paper Rolls were:
“The most challenging part was rolling the rice paper roll because it was sticky.” – Maddilen
Ziggy thought the paper felt slimy when it was wet.
Josh B. enjoyed cutting up the finished rolls.
And Holden summed up everything when he said:
“Today I learned how to make a mess, but also how to make it yum!”
Great interviewing, girls, and we look forward to hearing more from “Give Me Fives in the Kitchen” next term!
Written and photos by Lulu G. and Emily C; Posted by D. Veary
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Love the way all the students seem to enjoy the experience in the kitchen