Cooking with family – Japan and Australia Posted by Anita Moench Date June 14, 2017 1 2 3 4 Chirashisushi Party Chirashi Sushi have been made in Japan since the 18th century. The salad type sushi are popular for parties and the annual Girls’ Day on March the 3rd. We were lucky to learn how to make this tasty dish from Arisa’s mother. Decorating the seasoned rice with beautiful flower-shaped carrots, snap peas and omelette slices and a sprinkle of codfish, we were all set to have our own Chirashisushi Party! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Lamington Magic Do you know the book “Possum Magic”? Lamington cake is one of the Australian sweets that the possum girl Hush eats in order to reverse her grandmother’s magic spell. Ms. Kanae Sumiya knew the magic recipe and showed us how to make a fluffy spongecake. We then soaked cake cubes in chocolate and raspberry sauce and coated them with coconut flakes. Hmm, a delicious treat fit for royalty - well the cake is named for Lord Lamington after all! 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 Tag:Kindergarten, kobe, pre-kindergarten, DESKobe, KidsFun, international School, Rokko Island, Cooking with Kids Share: Anita Moench Previous post Moving along June 14, 2017 Next post Play Excursion! June 15, 2017 You may also like Preschool Year End Class Party 27 August, 2017 To celebrate our last day together as a class, and as the summative activity for our Celebrations unit, the Preschool students planned and prepared their own year end party. Building Transportation Systems 27 August, 2017 For the final unit project of the year, the Preschool students worked together to use what they had learnt about how transportation systems are organized. Preschool Goes Bug-Eyed for Bugs! 27 August, 2017 At the end of our unit on the life cycle of living things, the Preschool class visited the Itami Insectarium. The children had an opportunity to see many different insects at different stages of their life cycles.