Picked up Week 1 recipes in @dunnesstores @OpTranRTE cleverly placed at checkouts #healthyhabits #HomeEconomics
A good burger never fails to fully satisfy the hunger signals. The best thing about making your own beef burger is that it gives you the chance to have a burger that’s seasoned, cooked and dressed how you like it. However, the most important ingredient is the beef and more importantly how that beef is … Continue reading
It was lovely to meet Rachel Allen in Lettekenny today. Plenty of food for thought for the Home Economics kitchen in September. Great to see such innovation and dedicated artisan producers, especially Donegal based businesses. From the most amazing sausages from “Barry Johns”, mint jelly from “Bidlims Moods”, a selection of guilty pleasures from “MallowMia” … Continue reading
Never has there been a better time to study Home Economics. I’ve tried to come up with my top 12 reasons for you to think about studying Home Economics for the Junior and Leaving Certificate Cycle . Hopefully you will find this helpful.
How to do we solve this issue? Make Home Economics compulsory. Home Economics provides students with vital life skills, how to plan and cook nutritious and economical meals and how to select healthy nutritious food for themselves and their family #foodeducation #foodliteracy#makehomeeconomicscompulsory #nomoreexcuses #foodliteracy#homeeconomics #confidenceintheirpreparation How to do we solve this issue? Make Home Economics … Continue reading
What an inspiring day the Home Economics department had on Friday. We were so luckily to have Chef Emanuel with us, who so kindly gave his time to us to demonstrate how to fine dine as a family on a budget, using basic ingredients you would find in your kitchen fridge and cupboard. We have … Continue reading
©Calcium © Ceist 1:Outline 10 sources of calcium. Ceist 2. Discuss the deficiencies associated with a diet lacking in Calcium. Ceist 3. State the RDA of Calcium. Ceist 4. Design a balanced dinner for a growing teenager who needs to increase their intake of Calcium.
We have a very busy day planned tomorrow in the kitchen. The transition year students are taking over the kitchen to prepare a healthy “spice bag” alternative. The fakeaway is the new takeaway here in St Dominic’s Secondary school. We endeavour to carry out measurable small steps to achieve positive healthy changes to students day-to-day diets’. … Continue reading