Thursday, 8 May 2014

Garden to Table

Room 17 is very lucky because we are part of the Garden to Table programme at school. Every second week half of our class spends time in the garden, planting and harvesting. The other half of the class will cook  in our hall kitchen with Sarah, our Garden to Table teacher.

This week we made food from the Middle East and Northern Africa.
Menu:

  • Warm pumpkin and kumara salad with spinach and chickpeas
  • Broad bean houmous (hummus)
  • Lavash crackers








7 comments:

  1. Hi Room 17,

    I liked looking at your photographs. I like gardening too. I have got cabbages, cauliflower and brocolli in my planter troughs at home. What kind of plants do you have? and What are you going to plant next in the garden.

    Keep up the great gardening,

    From,
    Miss Paton

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  3. Hi Room 17,

    I liked looking at your photos.I have a garden and the plants grow carrots.What vegetables or fruits grow in your garden

    Keep up the great work
    from,
    sakina

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  4. Hi Room 17,
    I like looking at your delicious food and I liked when you cooked carefully. And how did you make your delicious food?.
    Keep up the fantastic cooking.
    From,
    Alaskah.

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  5. hi,odsgreen
    looks like you had fun I wish at hay park school we cooked do you love cooking?
    here is the link to my blog http://hpsjasmanv.blogspot.co.nz/


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  6. Hi Room 17,

    I like the food that's being made in the kitchen it looks delicious. I wonder what veggies you'l cook in the next garden to table program. What did it taste like in the end was it yum?

    From
    Nikolai

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  7. I love doing garden to table I even searched the computer at home to find the recipes from garden to table. what are we going to cook next week?

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