Children learn about pastry making

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Children watching a hotel chef making muffin cakes. – Picture supplied

TEN Children from Buk Bilong Pikinini (BbP) recently visited a hotel kitchen in Port Moresby to learn about what it takes to become a pastry chef, according to BbP. BbP said the children had the opportunity to see big kitchen mixers, ovens, tools and ingredients required to produce some of the finest patisseries and baked goods in the country. They learned how to decorate cakes alongside the hotel’s pastry chef and also tasted some of the baked creations.
BbP said it hoped that the field trip would remind and inspire the students to want to work in hotels by creating a reading book and a video about the visit so children across the country could see what a pastry chef like and be inspired to consider a career in pastry.
BbP said the school excursion was to show the children enrolled in their early childhood education programme, where their learning could take them and to encourage and motivate them to aspire to go for jobs in various industries, including the hospitality industry.

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