On many “levels” learning the new food pyramid proved to be a sweet success. Plenty were “tiering up” for the big reveal😉 🔼🍊🍐 #HomeEconomics #peerevaluation #creativity #newfoodpyramid #SwapthecarbsforFruitandVeg #Donegal #3Dmodel #project
Easter baking products marked down in Dunnes Stores. Still time enough to treat the family #HomeEconomics #Dessert🐥
Ingredients 225g butter 225g caster sugar 4 large free range eggs 1tsp vanilla extract 225g self raising flour About 3 tbsp of milk to loosen batter (if necessary) 1 jar of good quality strawberry jam 250ml double cream. Method Preheat the oven to 170°C/340°F/Gas … Continue reading
Gluten free carrot cake Jamie Oliver’s gluten free carrot cake is a must. Ingredients 225 g gluten-free self-raising flour , plus extra for dusting 2 large free-range eggs 125 g soft brown sugar 125 ml sunflower oil 1½ teaspoons ground ginger 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 eating apple 200 g carrots 1 … Continue reading
Quorn mince spaghetti bolongese, quorn goujons, tofu vol au vents, hummus and tortilla crisps- unsaturated fat, high fibre, HBV protein! Sure why not!
I would like to say a huge thank you and well done to all the students who were involved in the open night lastnight. Maith sibh, you all showed great teamwork and commitment to the subject #teamhomeeconomics
Very worthwhile article in The Irish Times magazine a few weeks ago on “The ones to watch in 2016”. Chefs foodies, tech enthusiasts and folk from the design scene. homeeconomics #Irish #sharinginformation #homegrown #appdevelopers #blogging #foodscienceandnutrition #designers #foodblogging
It was another successful day for our bakers. Today our bakers’ creations included chocolate surprise cake, marble chocolate cake, red velvet cupcakes, lemon meringue pie, ferrero rocher cupcakes, Victoria sponge and a Frozen themed birthday cake. Comhghairdeas libh go léir.
‘Tis the season of self-indulgence! A Yule log is a perfect Christmas treat, easy to make and suitable for any xmas party. The transition year students did great work today.
The senior cycle Home Economics class got a chance to put their theory into practice yesterday evening. We examined the properties of protein- foam formation, denaturation caused by heat, acids and agitaton, gel formation, elasticity and maillard reaction. The meringues that group 2 produced were superb. There is nothing like an fun filled Friday class … Continue reading