On January 2014, the 8th grade classes organised a sixteenth century lunch monitored by the History teacher with the help of Mrs. Margarida who works at the Cookery Club, the students and teachers had the pleasure to meet the genius Nicolau Copernicus and Alexander the Great.
The aim of this activity was to get to know more about spices and ingredients from other continents.
The main dish was saffron rice with cashews, peanuts and roast turkey. The soup was made of cabbage, beans, onions and garlic. The desert was chocolate mousse. Yummy!
It was a great lunch worthy of the kings of the sixteenth century.