Saturday, June 16, 2012

Cook Islands Bread from Room 2


On Friday the 8th of June 2012, Room 2 made bread as part of our Guided Inquiry Learning - Learning to appreciate cultural diversity within New Zealand. The purpose was for children to learn about how the bread made in the Cook Islands and compare it to the bread made in New Zealand.
First we mix the ingredients together in a bowl. Then we made round balls and put them on the tray. After that, we put the tray in the oven for about twenty minutes. I took my bread home and shared with my family. It was really yummy. 

From everyone in Room 2

6 comments:

  1. Kia orana Room 2
    Your bread looks lovely and golden. I'm glad it tasted so yummy. What were the ingredients you used in your Cook Island bread?

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  2. Hello Room 2,
    Looking at your bread makes me feel hungry! Did you smell the fresh bread? Fresh bread always smells so nice.
    Did you have to knead the Cook Islands bread - I made bread on Tuesday for our diner - I had to knead it for 8-10 minutes - my arms were sore at the end of all that kneading!
    Tsana (Robin & Karl's mum)

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  3. Kia orana Miss Elia
    Here are the ingredients in our Cook Islands Bread:
    flour
    salt (masiva)
    yeast
    baking powder
    warm water
    brown sugar
    cooking oil

    Mahoney Taula

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  4. Kia orana Tsana

    Our bread did smell really nice, just like NZ bread and it made us all felt hungry.

    Lucky we did not knead our bread Tsana, we put dry flour on our hands before we made the round balls with the dough. It was easy!

    Po and Mele Langi

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  5. WOW, Room2 that looked yam to me. I hope that I could make some for me. You's are very lucky because you know how to make the bread. Keep up the work Room2. Well done!

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  6. Hi Rm 2 those look delicious,I would love to learn how to make bread.Keep up the good work Rm 2.

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