Camp 2016

Celebrating Brazil- August 5

Today, sadly, is the last day of Culinary Camp for 2016, but we had a blast! This morning we made Baked Mac and Cheese. As you can see, our campers had a lot of fun making it today (and acting like elephants at the same time). In the afternoon, we finished making things for the Parent Party! Here are pictures of the Shrimp Stew, Hearts of Palm Salad, Brazilian Cheese Bread, and Layer Cookie Tart. IMG_3178 IMG_3181 IMG_3184 IMG_3187 IMG_3189

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Camp 2016

Celebrating Brazil- August 4

Thursday is harvest day for SLU’s Farmer’s Market! The campers had a busy morning picking eggplant, green beans, okra, squash, swiss chard, carrots, and hot peppers. During our morning session of cooking we prepared meals for Campus Kitchen, a local organization fighting to end food insecurity and food waste. The meals included curry chickpeas and rice, avocado kale salad, and apple crisp. We spent the rest of the afternoon at the pool playing Marco Polo!

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Camp 2016

Celebrating Brazil- August 3

Today at Culinary Camp we had a full day full of learning and cooking! In the morning, we has (dis)Ability Awareness where each camper had the opportunity to use a wheelchair, a leg splint, modified eye glasses, and try doing daily activities only using one arm. Additionally, Mr. Michael came to tell the campers about his experiences and current job at Paraquad. Our morning cooking session included personal pizzas, salad with passion fruit dressing, and fruit. Each of the campers had a blast rolling out his or her pizza and topping it! In the afternoon, we prepared Pave de Biscoito Maria (a Brazilian layer cookie tart) and a Brazilian Hearts of Palm Salad.

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Camp 2016

Celebrating Brazil- August 2

Today was was field trip day for camp! Unfortunately because of the rain, we were not able to go to International Institute. However, we were still able to go to Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate to see how they make their different chocolates and sample a few of them. Since we had extra time from the morning, we decided to have our own version of Cupcake Wars. Each kitchen was given three different base recipes to choose from and then a table full of ingredients to make their cupcake unique. The results were beautiful (and incredibly tasty!).