Farsley Farfield Food and Cooking Blog

Learning to cook healthy and seasonal food

Mini sticky onion quiche

January 9, 2018 at 10:54 am

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Children from Y3-6 made delicious sticky onion quiche in November and December with onions grown on Farfield Farm.  Skills the children had to use included slicing, sauteing, rolling and grating.

The quiches were extremely popular with both children and staff and also sold well on the Fuel for School stall every week.

Click here to see the recipe.

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Gnocchi and tomato ragu bake

January 9, 2018 at 10:54 am

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During the first half term of the year, all KS2 children made a gnocchi and tomato ragu bake during their cooking lessons using some of our Farfield Farm tomatoes.  Key skills the children used included peeling, mashing, blending and chopping.

Click here to see the recipe

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Eggs, eggs, eggs! KS2 cooking curriculum this half term

April 17, 2017 at 7:34 pm

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This half term, we are learning how to make scrambled eggs and poached eggs.

Jamie Oliver shows us how:

We intend to use some Farfield Farm eggs (let us know if you would rather use shop bought free range eggs) and chives. If we are lucky enough to get any home grown asparagus in May, we might prepare that too.

Scrambled eggs recipe

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Fish and vegetable fingers with healthy chips

February 13, 2017 at 2:44 pm

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During half term 4 (February-March), the children will be cooking fish and vegetable fingers with healthy chips.  Click here to see the recipe.

 

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Parsnip Soup

January 10, 2017 at 11:43 am

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This half term the children will be making a delicious parsnip soup using some of our giant parsnips harvested from Farfield Farm.  Click here to see the recipe.

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Squash, pea and sage risotto

November 1, 2016 at 5:56 pm

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During half term 2, children in KS2 will be making a squash, pea and sage risotto.  The children are using pumpkins grown on Farfield Farm including a huge 32kg pumpkin which you may have seen during the harvest festival.  So far, this is proving to be a popular dish.  Click here to see the recipe.

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