Udupi: Chef’s Day held at Trinity Central School

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Udupi, Sep 23: The kindergarten of Trinity Central School celebrated Chef’s Day on September 22, at Assisi Bhavan. The children donned the role of junior chefs along with their teachers. The tiny tots were filled with joy and cheer, as they put on their aprons and chef caps, all ready to learn to cook.

The Trinitarian chefs including principal Fr Sunil Dominic Lobo, academic coordinator Magdelina Lewis, teachers, support staff and students put their hands together to participate in this event to make the best of the chef’s day celebration.

The children who turned into little chefs worked with much excitement and followed the directions of the teachers to make yummy butter skillet corn, creamy fruit salad, fruit candies and pistachio matcha. Children enjoyed the food they had prepared.

'Eat Healthy and Stay Healthy' was the slogan of the event. Children were advised the importance of eating healthy food and the impact of eating junk food. Videos on the importance of having healthy food were played on the smart board and were informed why they should be thankful for the food they get to eat everyday. Overall it was a yummilicious day.




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