Earith Primary School

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We believe that cooking is a core life skill and our aim is to give everyone the opportunity to learn to cook and enjoy good food.

Cooking club is run by Mrs Rudwick, Mrs Watson and Mrs Wardell for KS2 pupils.

If your child would like to join in the sessions please contact the School office.

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This was our final week of Cooking Club for this term and the final ever Cooking Club for our group of Year 6s.  The pupils had invited their parents, Mrs Lawrence and Mr Abbs to a special meal to show off their cooking skills.  They made mozzarella and red pepper tarts accompanied by coleslaw, and roast potato wedges and the meal was finished with a zesty raspberry and lemon muffin.  Our guests were very impressed with the food and the high level of service.

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Cooking Club will start again in September.  We will probably run a club for Year 1 and 2s and for Year 3s upwards.  Look out for the information and let us know if your child would like to join. 

This week at Cooking Club we made a delicious Brazilian Picadillo and of course accompanied by the best garlic bread in the world – you really need to try it – there is no turning back once you have.  Watch out for our special meal for the parents next week as we get together for our final cooking club for the year and for this group of Year 6.

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This week the group had a go at making pasta from scratch.  Although the recipe says ‘easy’ it is quite a challenge time-wise.  We did, however, manage to produce a more than reasonable plate of pasta filled with a butternut squash and mushroom filling.  We challenged ourselves further by making a strawberry soufflé.  These also turned out really well.

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We are running our last Cooking Club for this year with a group of enthusiastic Year 6s.  This week we cooked chicken nachos, guacamole with tomato salsa.  We also had time to whizz up a very tasty strawberry milkshake and enjoy an ice cream, so as not to waste anything!cook3619group

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At the second of our short block for the younger pupils we made chicken fajitas.  These are very quick and easy to make – have a go!  We then finished with some very successful pancakes with lashings of jam, sugar and the old favourite golden syrup – Yummy

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We are running another couple of sessions for the younger pupils.  We only had two come along this week but they worked very hard and produced a very tasty spaghetti Bolognese, cheesy garlic bread and fruity yoghurt cups.  Mr Abbs enjoyed it for his tea.

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This was our second week with the younger cooks.  We made chicken fajitas and pancakes.  Everyone managed their chopping very well.

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