“Five million more pieces”

Our kindergarten students have been using their five senses in the garden and are always excited about the opportunity to use their lizard tongues to taste.  They got to do just that, during our first cooking lesson of the year!

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After smelling rosemary (using our dog noses!) we made rosemary butter!

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We harvested and prepared the rosemary…

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Added salt and cream…

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And shook away, while singing “Dirt Made My Lunch“!

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The finished product looked wonderful!

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Our students said it all…

YUM!

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1st grade students also had a chance to make butter, and did a taste test…

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Then they put on their scientists caps to determine which butter was more popular.

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Plain butter was more popular than rosemary, but everyone left class smiling.  It was a great afternoon in the outdoor classroom!

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Thank you to Arizmendi Bakery for generously donating baguettes for our lessons!

Photos by: Ms. Chow, Ms. Huie and Ms. Owyang

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3 Responses to “Five million more pieces”

  1. Sophie Wallace says:

    Very cute! Well done!

    Sophie

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  2. I just heard the audio. Classic! Great catch!

    Liked by 1 person

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