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it's 12.13 in Poland, perfect time for lunch.
I am here with my students who will work in Tourism and Hospitality Industry in the future and they prepared some typical Polish food for today.
Let's start with RACUCHY, little pies made of flour, eggs, oil, milk and apples.
TASTE OF INDIA
The studentsâ knowledge was enhanced as they presented recipes of the dishes, details of the state to which the particular dish belongs to, its nutritive value, other popular dishes of the state/region and other interesting trivia. These were colourfully displayed.
POTPOURRI OF FLAVOURS
Students brought lunch from the different Indian cuisines like Marvari, Punjabi, Marathi, South Indian etc. the classrooms were decorated with specific themes to bring out the ambience of a particular region. Parents very enthusiastically dressed up their wards in colourful attires.
We enjoyed all the pictures and gathered knowledge about different kinds of food.
In our school children bring sandwiches, dhokla, idli, appam, fried rice, momos, paranthas and puris in their lunch boxes.
You can see here picture of dhokla, a gujrati dish eaten with different sauces.
I am so interested in working on this project with any school. So please do let me know what ll needs to be done. My grade 2 children study about food and the project would be very interesting for them to learn form.
So please anyone who is interested in collaborating with my school please write to me.
We are very excited to share our Global Lunch(box) video! Mrs. Hine & Mrs. Hurley's second grades worked with our music teacher, Ms. Wilson, to write and record original music to accompany the drawings and images of our American lunches. Please visit our blog at http://2lakerlane.blogspot.com/ to learn more out us!
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