From Farm to Fork.

Wednesday. We went to From Farm to Fork. It is not a animal farm it is just a growing food farm. It was great fun,we got split into two groups, P7s and the other group was P6s. P7s first activity was making pizza. It was a vegetarian pizza. We first made the dough, then then you put the Tomato sauce over it. Then we put as much cheese over it as we wanted. Then we put the other ingredients like peppers, tomatoes, pineapple and sweetcorn. P6s first activity was going a small trip  around the farm. We saw where they plant the potatoes. They have wildlife space beside the potatoes. Did you know.  They are  Britain’s largest farmer so they have stores all over the country, so they  have a responsibility to the people who eat there  food :).  By that time we had to go back to get the others. By the time we got back it was time to swap over.At the end they gave us 2 books, one was all about where your food comes from. The other one was a a-z of food and farming facts. Looking forward to posting again. 😀

13 thoughts on “From Farm to Fork.”

  1. What a fantastic activity! I hope you enjoyed your visit and learnt lots! Next time you decide to cook you really do need to let us all know so that we can come and share with you! Have fun with your learning this year!

  2. That sounds like a fantastic day! How did the pizzas taste? Were they better than the pizzas you usually have? Were any of the ingredients grown at the farm?

  3. Thank you for your comment. The pizza was very nice. They were ok but not as good as the pizza you get in the supermarket. Most of all the ingredients were grown in the farm.

  4. Mr McLaren said you’d all been the the farm – sounds like you had a great trip! I hope Mr McLaren behaved and didn’t eat ALL the food!

    On another note – I really like your header! Very nice indeed – how did you make it?

  5. It sounds like you had a wonderful day at the farm and I’m glad the pizzas tasted nice after all your hard work making them.

  6. What a fantastic day out! My class didn’t know that the co-op was Britain’s largest farmer. In Shetland we only have the choice of 2 supermarkets – The Co-op and Tesco; reading your blog triggered an interesting debate about which one is the best to shop at. One of the things we talked about was how they both treat the farmers and growers that supply them. Was this something the Co-op farm you visited talked to you about?

  7. This is absolutely fabulous, very well done. I hope you enjoyed your pizzas and I happen to know that Mr McLaren ate 3.

  8. I like the sound of the pizzas and the trip around the
    co-op farm. I would like to go there if I lived a bit closer.

  9. I didn’t know that the Co-op had their own farm till Miss Breyley told us. I wish I could of got to come with you because I would of loved to look around the farm with you.
    My favourite shop is the Co-op. We only have the Co-op and Tesco in lerwick but we have a few little shops around where you can normally get everything you want for a few weeks

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