Modern Convent School organized an inter school "Cooking Without Fire " competition on 26th April 2012. Students from twenty four different schools prepared international delicacies like salads, different kind of sandwiches and pastas which were not just tempting to the taste buds but to the eyes as well.
1) Look at school gardens - the plants and herbs - similarities and differences between the schools 2) School garden through the seasons - keep a note of the different plants and herbs being grown during the year. 3) Growth of certain plants in different climates - measure plant growth and compare between countries 4) Look at how the food we eat is important to our health 5) Using the plants / herbs we are growing to cook delicious healthy meals and sharing recipes with partner schools - recipe booklet 6) Look at how our environment hinders / helps us grow the plants for us to eat 7) Look at cooking in the different schools - do pupils cook? how often? 8) Cooking competition between pupils 9) Look at where our food comes from and the importance of welfare standards of animals.
Our school(Dayanand Public School) has organized a competition on Cooking without Fire for the students of VII AND VIII (aged 13 -14 yrs) .Basically girls have taken part. They have chosen Fruit Raita, Jhal Murhi and Sprout Salad
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