Congratulations to Abigail Kemp, Year 12, for placing third in Hospitality Group Training WA‘s 2019 Taste of the Future Competition! Competing in a Masterchef-style competition alongside six other students from around Perth, Abi displayed her culinary skills as she highlighted shark as the key ingredient.
Staff were following the wonderful aroma of fresh coffee today as queues formed in the LPC kitchen.
The hospitality students prepare and serve coffee, mocha, hot chocolate and heart-shaped jam droplets. They are learning basic skills and confidence to work as a barista. These skills will also help them to prepare great-tasting coffee at home. Students learn the basic theory of coffee making, origin of coffee, different types of coffee which are commonly served in Australia. They practice by using a commercial espresso coffee machine all under the watchful eye of Mrs. Penny Herd.
“When God’s people are in need, be ready to help them. Always be eager to practice hospitality” – Romans 12:13.
The students in Year 10 Foods were required to research a functional property of food and choose a recipe to demonstrate thi
These budding Chefs, created the most sensational cakes, worthy of selling!
Home Economics Teacher
“Heap on the logs, kindle the fire, boil the meat well, mix in the spices…” – Ezekiel 24:10