Rosemary Pork With Angel Hair Pasta

After a long day of testing, I needed a fun activity for my middle school students. We played a round-robin game where students chose an ingredient for a class recipe from the following categories: protein, starch, vegetable, and seasonings. As a class we came up with Rosemary Pork with Angel Hair Pasta. It was a fun time of sharing and a wonderful way to connect mathematics to the real world.

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  • Melt butter in a large non-stick skillet.
  • Chop pork and brown in the skillet until the pork is done.
  • Add the broccoli and seasonings. Cook until broccoli is heated through. Toss with the cooked pasta.
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"After a long day of testing, I needed a fun activity for my middle school students. We played a round-robin game where students chose an ingredient for a class recipe from the following categories: protein, starch, vegetable, and seasonings. As a class we came up with Rosemary Pork with Angel Hair Pasta. It was a fun time of sharing and a wonderful way to connect mathematics to the real world."
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  1. Miss Fannie
    After a long day of testing, I needed a fun activity for my middle school students. We played a round-robin game where students chose an ingredient for a class recipe from the following categories: protein, starch, vegetable, and seasonings. As a class we came up with Rosemary Pork with Angel Hair Pasta. It was a fun time of sharing and a wonderful way to connect mathematics to the real world.
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