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Student chefs shine in the kitchen

At St. David's Primary, Primary Two has been studying procedural texts. The students have been working on writing directions for making their favourite sandwiches. Here are a few…

Fried Egg Sandwich by Zyon Minors

To make an egg sandwich you will need bread, two eggs, a bowl, a frying pan, and a spoon.

Then you crack the eggs in the bowl. Then you stir it up.

Then you put the egg in the frying pan. Then you cook the egg.

Then you put the eggs on the bread.

Then you put the breads together. Cut it in half then eat it.

I hope you enjoy.

Peanut Butter Sandwich by Ruth Mello-Cann

First you get two pieces of bread.

Then you put peanut butter on one piece of bread.

Then you peanut butter on the other piece of bread.

Then you put the peanut butter sandwich together.

Then you eat it!

Egg Sandwich by Sanai Wales

First get two pieces of bread and put them on a napkin.

Then put the egg on the bread.

Put the other piece on top.

Then cut in a half.

Then eat.

For the more experienced chef, there is the challenge of preparing the Christmas turkey. Chef Ka'Ri Richards offers a fail-proof method of preparing the seasonal favourite.

Hello everyone! Guess what? My parents have asked me to prepare the turkey for our annual Christmas Dinner. This is an easy job for me because I've been watching my granny prepare turkeys ever since I was small. So here goes!

Step one: Go to the store and buy a 50 to 70 pound turkey.

Step two: Take the turkey home and take the plastic wrap off it. Put it in a pan.

Step three: Take the liver and put it aside. If you brought stuffing you can put it in the turkey at this point.

Step four: If you want to, you can put seasoning salt on the turkey and put vegetables and potato around in the pan.

Step five: Put the oven on 350 degrees and let the oven get hot. You have to let the oven get hot and wait for five to ten minutes.

Step six: Put the turkey in the oven and let the turkey get hot for 20 minutes then look at it. It should be a brownish colour.

Step seven: Let the turkey cook for 30 more minutes then take a fork and prick it. If it makes a crackling sound, it's ready! Do the same thing with the vegetables and the potatoes. By now your turkey should be dark brown.

Step eight: Take the turkey out of the oven and let it cool down before eating the lovely turkey!

Sanai Wales, a P2 student at St. David's Primary, offers a recipe for a lunchbox standard, eaten with obvious enjoyment in this illustration.

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Published December 16, 2010 at 1:00 am (Updated December 16, 2010 at 7:34 am)

Student chefs shine in the kitchen

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