Our class makes soup for the faculty once a week during the winter. The soups are made from recipes from all geographic areas that the students are studying. This recipe fits in with the Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome units.
This recipe was created by 7th grade students upon the retirement of one of A5A's favorite visitors, Dr. Sheehy, Superintendent of Schools. Since coffee ice cream is one of her favorites, it is the main ingredient of the shake.
During summer school, our class creates recipes for smoothies. Each recipe is named after our favorite people. Since we also study weather, the drink is also named after a weather event. A palouser is a strong dangerous wind that blows into the Palouse River Valley. It is also known as a Cow-Killer.
Our school is involved in Read Across America program that is held annually to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday. Room A5A created a new muffin in honor of this event. It's a simple recipe that uses grape jam, a children's favorite.
This muffin recipe was developed as the students in Room A5A were discussing the meaning of the word "Cajun." This muffin goes well with Cajun Yam-Pecan Bisque. Naturally, we served both for Mardi Gras.
This muffin was created and baked by Room A5A, North Haven Middle School (CT) students. It is an easy recipe that uses ingredients that are inexpensive and usually on hand. The class chose to develop the popcorn muffin because we run a business named "The Popcorn Palace."
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