Year nine Kapunda High School students participating in the Finding My Place program with Saskia Beer.Year nine Kapunda High School students picked up cooking tips from Saskia Beer,learnt about quality produce and food handlingat a ‘Hunger Games’ event.
As part of the Finding My Place program which helps students learn life skills, the ‘Hunger Games’ event was an informative cooking demonstration culminating in a shared lunch.
Lorinda Bayley, community development officer at Light Regional Council said, “The program aims to teach young people to gain more confidence in preparing their own meals from scratch with a focus on healthy choices, rather than eating a frozen pizza for instance.
The students heard a food safety standards presentation from Light Regional Council’s Environmental Health Officer David Hooper.
Tips for Teens’ in the kitchen were discussed and a mini Masterchef cupcake decorating session was held.
Year nine Kapunda High School students hands on in the kitchen with Saskia Beer.
Saskia demonstrated cooking a meal of chicken salad, chicken laksa, and creamy scrambled eggs – made from fresh produce sourced from Barossa Farmers Marketwhich which was thenshared for lunch.
“We have excellent produce right here on our doorstep in the Barossa Valley and it is important that we investin and inspireour youth and have them understand how to use it and the value of good quality produce,” Saskia said.
“I was very proud of the students for remembering the food safety rules such as washing their hands before handling food,” Lorinda said.
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