Thursday, August 18, 2016

Preparing Greek Food.

WALT work together as a group to prepare and sample some greek food.



21 comments:

  1. He reka te kai. The food looked delicious and fun to make as well.

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  2. Kia Ora
    I'm Rikki-Lee.These recipes are amazing and those meatballs look so good.Keep up these recipes because I want to make all of them. Me and my family could enjoy it together! Well Done.

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    1. Kia ora Rikki-Lee we are sure that your whānau would enjoy these dishes they are delicious and the recipes are on the slides.

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  3. Bula Bula My Name Is Jazmine I Am From Mamaku 2 From Greymain School.
    I Really Like The Idea of Making Meatballs That Looks Like It Was So Fun To Make And To Eat.I Really Think That The Meatballs Look Really Nice And Did you Get To Try Them.It Looks Like You Really Love Meatballs I Have Tried Them And They Are Really Nice. Would You Love To Try Them Again Sometime?
    For School Have You Been Making And Eating Other Kind Of Food At School.

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    1. Kia ora Jazmine it sounds like you enjoy cooking too. We had so much fun and the food was super tasty.We have only looked at Greek food at the moment as this is the topic that we are working on. Last year we made some indian food which was yummy too.

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  4. Kia Ora

    My name is Cassidy and I'm from Grey Main School.
    I liked how you made meatballs because they are my
    favorite things to eat.Can please put the recipe down
    next time.

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    1. Sorry. I meant 'Could you please put the recipe down next time'.

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    2. Kia ora Cassidy, thank you for your comment. If you click on the link on the slide you will find the recipe. Enjoy they are tasty.

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  6. Kia Ora, My name is Alex and I am from Grey Main school and I am from the South Island I like how you have an idea of cooking meat balls. I love meat balls. I like how you have told us some detail but you need to but the recipe on the slide. can you put the recipe in

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    1. Kia ora Alex, thank you for your comment. If you click on the link on the meatball slide you should find the recipe. Enjoy they are very tasty.

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  7. Kia Ora. My name is Richard and I am in Mamaku hub at Grey Main School. I really like that you have made Greek food an I think they look yummy. Maybe next time put the recipe down for the best food?
    From Richard

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    1. Kia ora Richard thank you for your comment. If you click on the link on the slide of your favourite food you will find the recipe. We hope this helps.

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  8. Kia ora,
    My name is Tania and I am part of the team of Manaiakalani Outreach Facilitators who work in lots of different schools with teachers and students using chromebooks. I really like the way you have used the process of learn, create, share with your greek cooking! I wish I was there for the share part. Your food looks delicious:-) I think the spinach pie would have been my favourite as I don't eat meat. Has anyone tried out the recipes with their whānau at home?
    Tania

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    1. Kia ora Tania, thank you for you comment. Yes the share part was the best, the tamariki loved trying all the new food and decided that the spinach pie was the tastiest too. I think all the feta and ricotta cheese made it yummy. What a great idea to try the recipes out at home, something for us to follow up with.

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  9. Kia ora Im Summer and I go to grey main school in mamaku hub. Wow that look amazing and look very tasty. wore they hard to make. It was very cool how to told as how to make them. Did you know I really like cooking

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    1. Kia ora Summer thank you for your comment. We had so much fun sharing the food and then writing up comments about our favourite food. You should ask your teacher if you can do some cooking at school.

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  10. Kia ora My name is Tharindu from May road school. Wow do you guys cook. I really love cooking. I wished i was with you guys cooking. I want to try it out. If you want to check my blog type https://mrstharindug.blogspot.co.nz/#

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  11. Kia Ora my name is Ayesha from Grey Main School. It's really Ka mau te Wehi (awesome) that you have done Greek cooking, I like how you have written down how you like the food it was a great idea. Why did you decide to do Greek cooking? From Ayesha.

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