Adding interest and fun to lunches #fiveormorefruitandveg #balanced #lunch #creativeparenting #fun #foodchoices http://www.iradio.ie/blog/this-dad-makes-the-best-packed-lunches/
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.
You must try this irresistible butternut squash, sweet potato and tomato soup I made this afternoon for lunch. It certainly fulfilled my hunger signals Even the simplest of lunchtime meal should have an abundance of flavour and textures. Food should be presented attractively, satisfy as many of the senses as possible and most of all, … Continue reading
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
We are delighted to announce as part of World Home Economics Day 21st March 2015 the Home Economics Department in St Dominic’s Secondary School are holding a “Thyme Out to Tease your Taste Buds ” event on Friday the 20th of March. The event begins at 1.10pm until 3.10pm. We are looking forward to … Continue reading
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
© Pregnant women should include 10 micrograms of vitamin D each day throughout your pregnancy – you should also carry on taking this after your baby is born if you breastfeed 400 micrograms of folic acid each day – you should take this from before you are pregnant until you are 12 weeks pregnant http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pages/vitamins-minerals-supplements-pregnant.aspx#close
© 7 reasons to include fish in your diet White fish contains no fat so it is suitable for low calorie diets. Oily fish contains polyunsaturated oil and omega 3 fatty acids which is suitable for low cholesterol diets and those at risk of a heart attack. Fish is easily digested which is suitable for elderly people, … Continue reading
Cailíní, don’t forget your ingredients on Tuesday and make sure to copy your recipe into your recipe copy before class. It is important that you take a look at Protein JC if you have missed any Home Economics classes last week.