Macarons, olive oil and spice rubs are some of our favourite things at Northern Adelaide Senior College, especially those made by the talented Food and Hospitality year 12 students last Friday.
The mini-market featured a smorgasbord of sweet and savoury treats, where rocky road and macarons sold within the first five minutes of opening.
“It’s been really hard work,” says Jessica H., completing her Food and Hospitality SACE at NASC.
“We’ve done everything. All the labels and everything,” says Jasmine B., exhausted but pleased with the response.
Cathy Adams, Food and Hospitality teacher, says that the students did a phenomenal job despite small class sizes and COVID restrictions.
“I think that what we have had to go through throughout the whole year with a change of kitchens, COVID and lots of students not attending, I think the ones that are here have put in a really good effort,” says Cathy.
“The selection was good. It tended to be little more sweet things than savoury so if I was to do it again I would suggest the students to do more savoury items.
“But I know that a lot of people have a sweet tooth and so they sold quite well,” laughs Cathy.
If you are unsure whether the Food and Hospitality class is for you, the 2020 students have some advice.
“Definitely do the class!” exclaims Jessica,
“Cathy is very helpful and it’s so fun. Yes, the assignments are hard, but you can get through it. Definitely do it. It has been the best thing for me.”
Want to learn how the Food and Hospitality industry works and set up your own mini-food market?
Learn Food and Hospitality at Northern Adelaide Senior College in 2021 by calling (08) 7285 1600 to book an appointment.