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Olympics Themed Food Technology

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by Jazzuk, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. Hello,
    First time poster but I was wandering if anyone had any ideas for an Olympic theme for Food technology lessons, More KS3 targetting.

    Hope anyone can help!

    David
     
  2. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    International Food, work in pairs, each takes a country and researches food, then cooks some things from the country? Or do Staples, look at rice, pasta, potatoes and bread.
     
  3. Hi, depends on time. Imagine selling food at one of the many food outlets at the 2012 games,
    research consumer needs
    find out what type of food products they would buy
    come up with recipes from different countries
    try out several in practical lessons
    do some sensory analysis and product development
    make final product

    hope that helps
    Sue
     
  4. sorry for lack of punctuation, was a list when I typed it out!
     
  5. Hey guys - check yout the new resources that are about to go up on the active kids get cooking website. There are some for the previous Olympic theme and some for the world cup this month. www.activekidsgetcooking.org.uk Email us your pics of the work the students do, we'd love to feature it..
    Good luck
     
  6. How Olympic flags...
    "It’s said that the pizza that made Naples world famous is the Pizza
    Margherita in Italian or Pizza Margarita to the rest of the world. It was first
    baked in 1889 by a local man and the town baker called Esposito. He created the
    pizza in honour of a visit to Naples by the Queen of Italy, Queen
    Margherita.

    He designed the pizza to follow the colours of the Italian flag, so he chose
    tomatoes for the red, basil for the green and Mozzarella for the white, to
    create the famous and patriotic pizza we still eat today." (From Suite101)
    How about getting the students to design dishes that represent an olympic competitor's flag and use ingredients that are common in the competitor's country?
    Daren.

     
  7. woops! That should have said "How about.."
     

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