French feast

​Above: Year eight St Paul’s student Charlotte Ochsenbein serving fondue to Lucy Prideaux (hidden) and Amy Dyt.

​Above: Year eight St Paul’s student Charlotte Ochsenbein serving fondue to Lucy Prideaux (hidden) and Amy Dyt.

As a part of year eight French studies, St Paul’s Anglican Grammar students recently sat down to a feast of French food.

In order to learn more about the French culture, the students had to research and cook a typical French dish such as fondue, chocolate mousse and ratatouille and had to explain its origin to the rest of the class prior to eating.

Seventeen different recipes were used and the students had the opportunity to try all the different food and many plates were left empty.

Published in Warragul & Drouin Gazette, November 27, 2014


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