Many of our recipes required students to chop, peel and whisk this week.
As usual, our students worked in teams of two or three – the collaboration shown by Jacob, Josie and Bella and by Brandon and Thomaz was particularly impressive this week.
|Bella, Jacob and Josie's teamwork produced delicious frittatas!|
|Thomas and Brandon combined to produce wonderful pizza!|
In the garden we have been harvesting zucchinis, peas, silverbeet, spring onions, chives, parsley, mint, basil, rosemary and potatoes.
Students really enjoyed harvesting the potatoes – we grew them in very large tubs. To harvest them Pauline tipped them into a wheelbarrow and the students then searched through the soil for them – it was a bit like searching for buried treasure. The potatoes were delicious!
Our giant pumpkins are continuing to grow!
We finally found some time to bring our scarecrows back to life! They could still do with some new clothes, but at least they are looking presentable now!
We are also beginning to get our compost heap back in order – thank you Ellen for working so hard on it.
On our wet, cold day we did some work on our mosaic table – soon we will be grouting it, ready to move to our new garden.
Silverbeet in Olive Oil with Chick Peas and Currants