Aussie Food Tasting! June 13th

Yesterday afternoon’s activity was Aussie Food Tasting in Room 1!

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We had a range of delicious.. (and some not so delicious) Aussie favourites to taste.

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The sausage rolls and mince pies were the first to be demolished.. definitely a crowd favourite!

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We also had macadamia nuts, caremello koala’s, musk sticks, lamingtons, tim-tams, milo, kirks fizzy drinks, vegemite sandwiches, fairy bread, Anzac biscuits and red frogs to try.

 

As you can tell from the facial expressions of everyone in this video..

Not everyone enjoyed vegemite for the first time, it’s certainly a taste to be acquired! 🙂

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Hinako was the only student who did enjoy vegemite and Ayumi of course loving the tim-tams 🙂

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Camila, not sure about the musk sticks..?

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Cyntia and Nami tasting Milo for the first time. Perfect technique with the heaped tea spoon! The more milo and the less milk, the better! 😉

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Hikaru.. slightly puzzled by the mince pies.

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I think Luc was the only one in the class who actually enjoyed the musk sticks

I hope you all enjoyed at least some of the Aussie food we tried! I am interested to know what other food you have enjoyed during your time in Australia. Roslane recommends the kangaroo burger from the Railway Hotel and the I can safely say the fish and chips from Hunky Dory are delicious. 🙂

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing or Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

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