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 with this group and we made pizzas with our favourite cheesy garlic bread together with blueberry muffins.
Thank you to everyone who came and chucked a sprout at the Christmas Bazaar last Friday. We made over £40 which will boost our funds nicely.
Happy Christmas to everyone and we will see you for more cooking in 2019.
This week was very pastry based. We made chunky sausage rolls, mini cheese and onion quiches and finished with old fashioned jam tarts. Last week next week before Christmas. Look forward to seeing you all at the bazaar on Friday – please come and have a go at our ‘Chuck a Sprout’ stall and win an amazine prize.
Cooking Club started up again this week with one of our favourites – paella. This is a very simple recipe and really delicious. We recommend you try it at home – no fish, just chicken and chorizo. We also made a warming roasted squash soup.
Don’t forget to come along to our ‘Chuck a sprout’ staff at the Christmas Bazaar on 30 November – back by popular demand!
We cooked up a feast for our final session for this half term at cooking club. We cooked bangers with onion gravy with bubble and squeak with a Yorkshire pudding. We also made some delicious apricot and chocolate crunchy biscuits. We had some cabbage heads aswell! and they love the washing up - hope they love it just as much at home. Happy holls, see you next term!!!
Apricot and chocolate crunchy biscuits
This week at Cooking Club we made a variety of dishes. We started off with homemade hummus which we served with pitta bread. This was followed by leek and bacon pasta bake and finished with a delicious chocolate brownie. All very yummy. Try out the recepies below.
First Cooking Club for the autumn term and we chose very seasonal dishes to cook. Parsnip and apple soup accompanied by homemade soda bread was our first dish – made with apples picked from the school’s apple trees. We finished with a yummy apple and blackberry crumble. Have a go at the recipes yourself.