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Indian Cooking Day

The children enjoyed trying and making different traditional Indian dishes. 

Wow! Monday saw the children get stuck in with Indian cooking, and what a feast for the senses. Each class was responsible for creating a different dish and the hall was filled with the sounds of chopping, mixing, excited voices and a melee of wondrous aromas. We were lucky to have an army of eager and helpful parents, who were able to take time out of their busy schedules to assist in the prepping and cooking of the varied dishes.

In the afternoon, all of year 4 met in the hall to sample the glorious food. The options included a Quorn biriyani, vegetable curry, vegetable samosas, barfi and chapattis. Everyone tried a little of everything and even if something was not quite what they were expecting or liked, they all enjoyed the experience of tasting a piece of India. There were more than a few children who told us that they would like to make their recipe again at home or maybe even try some other Indian foods.

The whole day was a great success and we want to give our warm thanks to those parents who were able to help us and we cannot wait to invite you in again for our next adventure.