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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Harvest time

Today at Waitahuna School our vegetable garden provided food for lunch.  We harvested a great crop of silverbeet (including some with red and yellow stalks) and a bunch of healthy spring onions.  We then prepared the vegetables, bacon and some pasta; made a creamy cheese sauce and sat together and enjoyed the produce that we had grown ourselves.  You will be pleased to know that all children ate their greens and many lined up for seconds.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

There are some great cooks in training...Oliver was a star with the chopping. I wish there had been enough pasta for me to have had seconds!
Ms J

Anonymous said...

Looks and sounds like everyone had a ball harvesting, cooking and eating all this delicious food. great work :)
Bronny

Anonymous said...

Wonderful, to see them all enjoying the lovely food which they all could enjoy and see growing in there garden that they had planted. Yum it looks good wish I was there, Mrs A

Anonymous said...

I wandered along to see the garden the other day - and wondered where the silverbeet had gone. What an exciting way to eat your veges. Great idea isn't it.

An old timer