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Come Dine With Me Project

Come Dine With Me Project

Overview

This was London-based Skyway’s very own Come Dine with Me mini-series. Over a period of three weeks, a group of young people and workers planned, filmed, cooked and edited to create two Come Dine With Me episodes.

 The young people created a menu, budgeted and bought ingredients, then cooked a main course and dessert for the opposing team to judge. These are all useful life skills to combat food poverty and promote resilience during the cost-of-living crisis. Take a look at the video to see them in action!
 

Subject(s): Citizenship & PSHE
Owner: Dine with me

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