These are the ingredients for the packet rollups.
The ingredients in our rollups are…….just fresh fruit!!!!!
We think that ours are beautiful, and have a nice smell and taste. All the little kids were buying them at the markets!
Some teachers were also buying vegetables and our cooking and Rachel’s mum was buying things and helping us and having a good time. Rachel was showing her mum this blog too and she was proud.
By Riccardo and Shanarsha on the weekend
Today Joanne went down to the Garden to make compost. I saw her going so I went and took photos. Joanne made the compost by herself. First the got the scraps out of the car, then she tipped it into the spinning compost bin. Then she put in some recycled paper and put the lid back on. Last, she was spinning the bin to mix it up.
Joanne is a good garden girl.
This morning Ellemor 5 are making bread, pumpkin dip, basil pesto, boiled eggs and salad in the cooking room with Wendy. We put balsamic vinegar and sugar with the onion to make it caramel and put in the pumpkin dip.
Roberta is outside working with kids and doing Yolngu Matha assessment.
We will eat the bread and pumpkin dips and egg and pesto all on one plate like a tasting plate.
Everyone loved the food and the cooking and we will sell some to the teachers at the market tonight too.
This morning we went to the garden and we were feeding spinach to the chickens and they were happy.
Spinach is good for the chickens and it makes the eggs really yellow.
By Shaniel and Alisha
Yesterday Secondary kids were selling pizzas that they made with with Adam Bester at the turtle area. They have been learning about cooking and they shared their new skills for making pizza with everyone.
Today we pollinated a pumpkin with the flowers and I feel so happy and also I get my yield.
Yesterday they were selling pizzas for 2 dollars and when Rico M and I walked past, we said that smell is beautiful!
We also said it is a good thing to do at school because some people get hungry then they buy it and the pizzas were pretty and beautiful pizzas.
They were healthy and fresh and the Secondary kids did a good job.
By Riccardo Landhuni
Yesterday, our whole class was collecting rosellas. They grow in the bush. They grow by themselves in the rain season. They taste delicious and a little bit sour.
Later, group 3 was collecting the seeds from the rosellas. We will plant the seeds in the bush so that next year we get one thousand rosellas!
We also took off the red part and cooked it up to make cordial and rollups. Our rollups are natural and they taste yummy and more fresh than the packet ones.
By Group 3 in Ellemor 2
I went to the ALPA shop to help Wendy buy eggs to make pancakes for breakfast at school.
I said ‘we need to get the free eggs from the free chickens’. They have a good life like our chickens.
The other chickens live in a cage and they have a bad life and they are not free. They have no space and they are sad.
We are proud of ALPA for giving us good choices.
Yesterday I were helping Wendy at the garden and I were feeling happy and I also get yield and also we working as a team.
We have been learning about Migration after the second world war.
The Government was going to Europe to get the people to help Austr alia make our population bigger .