Elements -Theory and Practice-

Students working on the preparation stage of pattern making before their Design Challenge next week! Watch this space! 

Y13 BTEC Hospitality students cook the school lunches

Well done to all the Y13 BTEC Hospitality students, who today prepared,m cooked and served their own meals to serve to students and staff in the main at lunch. They have working in small teams for the last few weeks, to plan their meals and make sure it met all nutritional guidelines and fit in with the budgeting constraints of a school meal, as well ensuring it could all be cooking in time. All meals were sold for $25 and they served over 150 people in 30 mins, which is a great achievements. Here is the menu that students   and staff had to choose from.

Shredded Roasted Jerk Chicken with Rice and beans and stir fried vegetables

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Filipino Seafood or Vegetable Noodle Stir fry with fresh spring roll

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Beef and Vegetable Quesadilla with Coleslaw

The feedback was all extremely positive and the student worked extremely hard to ensure the quality was the best it could be and that everyone world be happy with the food they were served. Thanks to all the students involved and to everyone that came and supported the event

 

FLG Italian menu challenge 

Fantastic menus from different regions of Italy. All teams produced very good dishes which showcased their interpretation of Italian food. But in the end there could only be one winning team. Priya, Adelaide, Rachel and Jacklyn were crowned cooks of the week!

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BTEC trip to Oolaa,

the year 12 BTEC students had the pleasure of breakfast at Oolaa’s, in Central. Not only did they get to enjoy the food, but they also got to interview Malcolm, who is one of the owners of the entire Castello concepts group. I gained a great insights into the inner workings of running a restaurant business in Hong Kong. Thank you very much to Malcolm on the staff at Oolaa, for being so accommodating and helping the students with the hospitality/business units