Fourth Years celebrate British Food Fortnight with afternoon tea

Fourth Year students at St George's College celebrated British Food Fortnight by baking cakes, making sandwiches and enjoying afternoon tea.

British Food Fortnight is celebrated between September 23 to October 8 and as part of the Fourth Year GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition practical work, students could be found making choux pastry, which means they have now covered the 4 different types of cake making – rubbed-in, whisking, creaming and melting.

Using these methods and technical skills, the students made fairy cakes, swiss roll, chocolate brownies, scones and chocolate eclairs as part of the 'Afternoon Tea Display' that they made and presented on Monday 2 October. They also made a selection of sandwiches and washed it all down with a good old cup of tea!

6 October 2017

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