School pupils serve up menu fit for a Queen
A north Belfast school has followed the culinary traditions of some of the world’s best chefs to serve up a novel interpretation of popular culinary dishes - all fit for the Queen.
Carr’s Glen Primary School has put a new twist on local favourites to win a chance to cook for Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace with its menu of a mini Ulster fry, Irish stew fritters and smoked salmon served with brie from Fivemiletown.
The school has found its place among the last 16 of the nationwide British Food Fortnight contest which attracted over 200 entries from all over the UK
The pupils will discover next week if they will be one of the four lucky schools going to Buckingham palace to cook for the Queen where they will get the opportunity to learn the tricks of the trade with some of the royal staff’s finest chefs.