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Cooking: Warming Up Winter! 2012

Cooking Together
 




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During the months of November and December we have been trying out different Cookie Recipies! Early in November we had a visit from our friend Kenneth who moved to Australia with his family. During his visit we cooked his favourite cookies and had a lovely reunion! See the slide show above to make the cookies yourself at home! The recipie comes from one of our first ever cook books!

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN



In December we tested a
"TY Mini Companies"
product:

Nellie's Cookies & Co!


All we had to do was follow the directions on the cookie jar! Mix an egg yolk with 125g of soft butter. Then simply stir in the ready prepared ingredients from one of the range of jars of

Nellie's Cookies & Co!

We made the chocolate chip ones! Once a dough is formed: separate into 12 cookie balls and bake @ 190 degrees C for 12 minutes!

Delicious! was our verdict!
See how easy it was by viewing our slide show below!


Pumpkin Soup

Ingredients:
Carrots
Celery
Chicken stock
Herbs
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Onions
Salt & Pepper

  • Peel your onions, your potatoes and carrots. Wash, cut and put them into a big pot.

  • Cut open a pumpkin and take out all of the seeds.  Scoop out all of the inside flesh. Add this to your pot.

  • Put your herbs, salt and pepper on top of this.

  • Once that is done put your chicken stock in the pot.

  • Put your pot full of food onto the stove. Turn on the stove.

  • Heat until boiling.

  • Simmer and slow cook for about an hour.

  • When an hour has gone by turn off your stove.

  • Next use a liquidiser or hand blender to puree your vegetables into a soup.

  • Your soup is now ready!

  • Enjoy!!!!!


By Kate, Oisín, Mark, Aoife, Lucy, Jesse and Raymond
6th Class  Room 20


Cooking Up

A Simple

Hearty Winter Soup!

We are starting with basic ingredients!

POTATOES (PAR BOILED)
ONIONS
2 LEEKS
BUTTER
VEGETABLE STOCK CUBE
WATER
SALT & PEPPER TO TASTE
MILK TO COOL!


Step by Step and off we go!

Enjoy!

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