Today Queen’s College has been nominated in the Eat Game Awards 2021 for the ‘Best Game Educator Award’ ahead of the national awards ceremony in London on the 24th March 2022.
Last term pupils at Queen’s learnt high culinary skills with local, wild, fresh pheasant and partridge and were taught about the sustainable and nutritional credentials of game.
One week GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition pupils learnt to portion local, wild, fresh pheasant and, using the last apples picked from Queen’s plus rosemary and lettuce picked from our new Queen’s Kitchen Garden, pupils produced a pan-fried pheasant breast dish on a garlic and rosemary bruschetta with a horseradish mayonnaise topped with julienne apple. A truly free-range rich flavoured (as well as low fat!)
Mr Mann, Head of Food and Nutrition, said, “we are absolutely delighted that Queen’s College has been nominated for such a prestigious national food award that recognises the fantastic culinary achievements and nutritional learning of our pupils.”