Senior 1a breakfast practical

Dear senior 1a students,

Here are the photos of today’s practical.

 

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Senior 1A Breakfast Practical

Dear senior 1A students,

on Tuesday 16th January you have the practical of a healthy breakfast. Please make sure that you get:

  1. the apron.
  2. all the ingredients for your chosen breakfast item/items.
  3. the ingredients for the drink e.g. fresh orange juice, milkshake, tea.
  4. two tea towels.
  5. the decoration items.
  6. a storage container.
  7. the preparation sheet.

Should you have any questions do not hesitate to ask 🙂

Happy weekend.

Ms. Edera

Senior 1B Rubbing-in Practical

Dear senior 1B students,

may I remind you that tomorrow Thursday 11th January you have the rubbing-in method practical. You have to prepare, cook and serve either rock buns or scones as well as a healthy home-made drink e..g fresh orange juice or a milkshake. Don’t forget to get all the ingredients, the apron, a lunchbox, tea towel and decorations.

Ms. Edera

Senior 1A Rubbing in Practical

Dear senior 1A students,

next Thursday 12th December you will have your second practical. In this practical you are going to practise the rubbing-in method, whereby you have to cook and serve rock buns or scones. The recipes are found in the booklet.

As usual, you have to get the apron, the ingredients for the rock buns or scones and the ingredients for your drink (you can prepare the drink from home), a lunchbox to put the buns/scones in it, tea towels and decoration items.

The groups for the cooking are as follows:

Cain, Kathryn and Cathrina, Jean Paul, Hisham and Liam, Alice and Maria M, Karl and Luke, Kayleigh, Maria P.

Regards

Ms. Edera

Senior 1B Maltese Trifle Practical

Dear Senior 1B students,

as I have explained during the lesson, next week you will have your first practical which is the Maltese trifle. The practical will be on Thursday 23rd November.

On the day of the practical make sure to get:

a. the preparation sheet (leave out the evaluation)

b. the apron

c. the ingredients for the trifle – you need to decide with your partner /group who is going to get which ingredients. Regarding the sponge, in the demonstration I used two sponges and not one, as listed in your booklet. So you might want to get two as well  instead of one sponge cake.

d. decoration items – you need to lay the table. You can get a table cloth, a table mat, some flowers etc.

e. a dish which is a bit deep so as to layer the trifle in it. You might want to make two small trifles, rather than a big one. I will leave it up to you.

f. a lunchbox to carry the trifle in it. Especially if you are making a big one which has to be divided between two.

g. two tea towels to dry the dishes.

Ms. Edera

Senior 1A Maltese Trifle Practical

Dear senior 1A students,

as I have explained during the lesson, next week you will have your first practical which is the Maltese trifle. The practical will be on Tuesday 21st November. AS we have agreed, the groups are as follows:

Luke and Carl; Maria and Kayleigh; Alice and Maria; Hisham and Jean Paul; Cain and Liam; Cathrina and Kathryn; Juan.

On the day of the practical make sure to get:

a. the preparation sheet (leave out the evaluation)

b. the apron

c. the ingredients for the trifle – you need to decide with your partner who is going to get which ingredients. Regarding the sponge, in the demonstration I used two sponges and not one, as listed in your booklet. So you might want to get two as well  instead of one sponge cake.

d. decoration items – you need to lay the table. You can get a table cloth, a table mat, some flowers etc. I will put some pictures to give you some ideas.

e. a dish which is a bit deep so as to layer the trifle in it. You might want to make two small trifles, rather than a big one. I will leave it up to you.

f. a lunchbox to carry the trifle in it. Especially if you are making a big one which has to be divided between two.

g. two tea towels to dry the dishes.

Here are some photos to get an idea of how to lay the table:

 

Should you have any questions, let me know 🙂

Ms. Edera