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Students created their own American-style diner serving up burgers and cheesecake amongst a three-course gastronomic delight for family and friends as part of their GCSE studies.
The 16 hospitality students at Academy 360 in Sunderland planned the menu, prepared and cooked all the food, served guests and even designed the table decorations with Hollywood star-themed place mats, under the guidance of food technology teacher Jo Tissington.
Their tasty US-influenced menu whetted diners’ appetites with starters, mains and puddings including chicken goujons, burgers, chilli con carne, cheesecake and coffee.
Doubts and assumptions were put to one side as friendships were formed between the generations at an inspiring project held in Lanchester, County Durham .
Karbon Homes’ Ageless Project brings together young and old people to increase understanding between the generations.
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