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Creative Brighton school pupils cook up a storm
7:50pm Friday 15th March 2013 in News
These creative children rustled up a few tasty dishes at a school cookathon with the help of chef Colin Marshall.
The Stanford Infant School pupils aged between five and seven spent a morning making naan bread, loaves, peach chutney and a fruit platter to accompany their school lunch of chicken or vegetable korma and rice. Mr Marshall, from Eden Foods, which supplies the school dinners, added a dash of cooking expertise for the pupils.
Christine Edwards, who runs Let’s Get Cooking classes at the school in Highcroft Villas, Brighton, said: “The pupils’ dishes were very tasty. Teachers and parents who came in to help sat down with the pupils for their lunch and enjoyed it.
“The children had a great time too. The cookathon has become an annual event here and hopefully it encourages the children to go home and get cooking.”
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