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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Cooking Roadshow

On Friday, we were very lucky to have Roots to Food come into our school and talk to us about the importance of food.

'We looked at the five food groups. One of them is Carbohydrates.' - Jamie

Once we had talked about the food groups, two teams headed by Miss Coulam and Miss Milton got a chance to plan and create a healthy meal.


The Orange team created a beautiful dish of twice cooked chiken with a parmeshan crust and pasta. The Green team made tandori salmon, sag aloo and rice.

'I thought Chicken would win but it was a winner and was voted for by everyone." - Thomas

  • Julie Thrush 6 months ago
    Thomas loved doing this and has asked me to buy the ingredients so he can follow the recipe at home!

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