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Pupils prove to be hot stuff in the kitchen.

Byline: Ruth Lognonne Education Reporter

SCHOOLCHILDREN joined Newcastle's top chefs for a cookery class with a healthy twist.

Youngsters from nursery all the way up to secondary school worked with chefs from celebrity cook Jamie Oliver's Italian restaurant, in Newcastle, for Food Revolution Day.

They all came together to rustle up Jamie's 'Squash-It Sandwich' in a mass cookery class at the Walker Activity Dome.

With the cookery class getting kicked off by Jamie Oliver himself on a big screen, each group of children cooked alongside their very own chef from Jamie's Italian.

Jamie's Ministry of Food North East is run by Newcastle-based social enterprise Food Nation.

Joanna Lacey, head of operations at Food Nation said: "We have had an amazing morning."


Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution Day with local school children in Walker, Newcastle |

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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:May 18, 2015
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