I was so impressed with all of the children last week, and all our your cakes looked fantastic.
All of the children are now confident to crack their own eggs did a great job carefully weighing out several ingredients themselves.
This Saturday is March 17th, which many of you will know if St Patrick's day.
St Patrick was the patron saint of Ireland (despite having been born in Roman Britain) and is credited as having bought Christianity to Ireland.
St Patrick's day has been celebrated on the anniversary of his death for over 1000 years, and the foods eaten make up a large part of that tradition.
With this in mind we are making a traditional Irish Colcannon at cookery this week.
Colcannon is an Irish side dish of mash potato and greens, which was also traditionally baked as a colcannon pie.
This week the children will be fine tuning their cutting skills with some seasonal green cabbage, and spring onions.
They will also be mashing potatoes aiming for a (fairly) smooth consistency.