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The Winner? Guacamole

Posted on May 30, 2018

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Our Sixth Grade Spanish students put on their Chef's hats for a fun Top Chef competition. In teams the boys researched ingredients and how to cook a recipe from a Spanish-speaking country: guacamole, gazpacho, pan tumaca and batido de fresa (strawberry milkshake) After going to “the store” (a stand manned by their teacher, Ms. Brenes) to get the ingredients they needed, they then cooked the recipe. 

Once done, the boys explained in Spanish to the class the ingredients they used and how they made the dish. Everyone then had a taste.  At the end of the activity, all voted for the best recipe. The winner? Guacamole.

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