Sunday, March 11, 2018

Molley Green Community Day

Kia Ora Everyone,

Room 6 have had yet another busy week at the Hay Park Headquarters this week. Our highlight this week has to be the preparations for Molley Green Community Day - which was held on Saturday 10th March at Molley Green Park.

The brief we were given was to 'get creative in the kitchen' meaning create some delicious treats to sell. Fudge seemed like the way to go: simple to make, scrumptious to taste! So armed with our basic ingredients: icing sugar, condensed milk, chocolate and butter, two groups set to work creating fudge. It was hard work as once the condensed milk, butter and icing sugar were combined, it was really difficult to mix together!

Although not everyone was able to participate in the actual creation of the fudge, we all got to make a label to go on our product and some of us made posters to advertise it.

Finally, after 21 long hours of setting in the fridge, the fudge was ready to be sliced and wrapped ready to be sold! Check out our slides showing all our hard work and finished products!

We're happy to report that our product was the first to sell out on the day! Yippee!!

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Miss B and the Parekowhai Peeps!

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Parekowhai learners,
    When I read through your posters it makes me feel like I missed out! Your fudge sounds delicious! It is great to read that you were all part of the organisation of your fudge, either making it or marketing it for sale. Did you get the opportunity to taste test your fudge? Did you need to cook your fudge or just mix it all together? My favourite fudge is russian fudge, we have a fudge shop in Whangarei that sell amazing fudge.