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What a wonderful experience we had this week, something that I am sure we will never forget. The children, after growing their own lettuce, now used this as part of the dish they cooked at Reaseheath College with the inspirational Michelin Starred chef; Simon Radley. The children were also supported by the excellent Reaseheath students who helped to teach, guide and support the children to really enjoy the experience and learn from it.

After making the dish, which looked delicious, the children then went to the horticulture department and planted more herbs and vegetables in preparation for our next menu. The 'Field to Fork' project really has been wonderful so far, it was a privilege to take part in it and watch the children really buzz with excitement about their learning and the experience as a whole.

As always Base 5, you made us very proud. One of the project leaders commented;

'The children were amazing in both the food hall and horticulture. So well behaved with a positive energy and a real credit to the teaching staff and school.'

I hope you all enjoyed your food once you got home and I hope that you want to try this recipe again — I know I certainly will. If you want to give this a try, click on the menu picture to view the recipe.

If you want to find our more click here to visit the college website and their article regarding the project.

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