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Waitrose Visit

Our Waitrose Trip


A few weeks ago our class took a trip to Waitrose; it was so much fun because we even got to be a chef for the day. The food that we made smelt really bad, but it was surprisingly tasty! After we had finished making a smoked mackerel pâté (recipe below), we took a tour all around the store. We even got to go in a -32 degrees freezer (by the way it was freezing). Then we took a trip to the Waitrose vans and the vans were extremely high. We went back inside and went in all the storage rooms. Did you know that stores like Waitrose get all their Easter stuff in just before Christmas? After that we did a disgusting fish quiz, it was horrible picking up all the wet and gooey fish. So we decided to go back in the cookery room and have a taste of it. We also had a drink because if we didn’t like it, we could have a nice refreshing drink. Then we took a slow and calm walk back to school, waiting to get through the security doors, some children got asked to carry a super heavy bag full of the pâtés.

 

by Cerys 3M

 

Smoked Mackerel Pâté
½ x 15g pack dill
1 lemon
125g smoked mackerel fillets
100g cream cheese
2 tbsp Greek yogurt
Freshly ground black pepper
Serves 4
1. Keep one sprig of dill. Using scissors snip the rest into a small cup or tub, until finely chopped.
2. Grate the zest from the lemon and put it to one side. Cut the lemon in half and cut one slice for a garnish. Squeeze the juice from the two halves into a dish.
3. Remove and discard the fish skin then break the flesh into flakes, using a fork.
4. Place the cream cheese and yogurt in a bowl and mix well.
5. Add the flaked mackerel, chopped dill, lemon zest and juice to the bowl and mix again. Season to taste with black pepper.
6. Turn into a serving dish and garnish with the lemon slice and sprig of dill.
7. Serve with oatcakes or fresh crusty bread and crudités made with seasonal vegetables.

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