Wiggly worms and silver beet frittata – Kitchen Garden News 19.7.17

This term we are learning all about ‘Wiggly Worms’ and how important they are to the environment. We have set up some worm farms so we can get up close and personal with these wiggly wonders! Many thanks to the Holley family for their kind donation of three worm farms.

Our master chefs made a simple and delicious pumpkin and silver beet frittata (page 82 of the Cooking Creations Cookbook). Most of the children really enjoyed this, so remember that if you have any leftovers, they are great in the lunch box.

Green thumbs have harvested some enormous lemons, milky white cauliflower and crunchy silver beet, lettuce, pak choy and cabbage from our garden. We also observed a spider building its web on the lemon tree; it was fascinating to watch the arachnid at work.