We are delighted to be back at Q3 Langley this Autumn term.
We have a bigger class size than before and with a shorter time to cook in, but we are definitely making the most of it with the students, covering some great knife skills, food safety and hygiene along with exploring new flavours and ingredients for many.
You can find our first recipes for the term below. A wonderful vegetable pilaf inspired by the flavours of the Middle East, along with an incredible Green Chermoula, that when mixed with yoghurt, makes a mouthwatering accompaniment to the dish.
Who would have thought that you could teach Year 7 students how to cook in their science lab? No, we're not talking Heston style experimentation, just good, simple cookery, starting off with the building blocks of how to cook safely, efficiently, creatively and tastily.
I'm determined that all children should get the opportunity to explore and enjoy food, both in eating and cooking and the location it turns out, just doesn't matter!
Our journey at Q3 Academy Langley started in April of this year. Invited to teach the Year 7's cookery as part of their incredible enrichment programme on Wednesday afternoons. Food at Twelve was to join other remarkable providers teaching the likes of Mandarin through to The Rep and their...