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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Out to eat

If that doesn't make you hungry I don't know what will! Meaning that in Spanish class we are making menus for the different Spanish speaking countries around the world. The Spanish students have to put a full menu together with everything from appetizers to the main coarse, and can even include breakfast. It is a fun project but can kind of get you thinking about eating food, when all you look at during class is the food. It is very interesting to see the different types of food people eat around the world and to see what they do for each day. One thing that I, Samantha Wiekamp, found out was that Guatemala's biggest meal of the day is lunch. They usually eat a large lunch and a light dinner. Not only are we making menus but in the future sometime when this project is over we are going to have a potluck of some kind. This will consist of the foods we found from the Spanish speaking countries and both classes getting together to eat it at lunch time. What an awesome idea!

1 comment:

  1. Sam,

    Please follow up with this and post some examples of menus! What a real-life project for you to work on in class.