In Saint-Alban, local artisans take little gourmands to the school of taste

In Saint-Alban, local artisans take little gourmands to the school of taste

SAINT ALBAN. Children could test fruit and vegetables from the Glatinais farm in Planhguenoual. © School of Saint-Guillaume

Before the holidays and thanks to the participation of local artisans and producers, the pupils of the large section and the CP and CM of the Saint-Guillaume school in Saint-Alban took part in several workshops on different flavors as part of the taste week.

The merchants and producers of Saint-Alban played the game really well: they wanted to pass on their knowledge and passion.

Claire Guillopé, teacher

“It was really a pleasure to see how they invested so much, a real pleasure for the children and for us teachers to see our students so receptive. »

Pierre-Louis and Jean-Lou’s milk

Since 1990, Taste Week takes place all over France and enables taste professionals to organize events around food.

Teachers from St. William’s School so he asked local manufacturers and artisans to come awaken children’s taste buds.

Students could taste milk directly from neighboring farms Jean-Lou and Pierre-Louis, two students of CM.

We weigh the cabbage from the Glatinais farm.
We weigh the cabbage from the Glatinais farm. © School of Saint-Guillaume

Planguenoual fruits and vegetables

Cédric Biard, gardener at the company Glatinais and Enzo and Hugo’s dad came with many vegetables and a few fruits for the children to observe, touch, smell and taste.

The tasting, which took place in the school garden under the wonderful sun! Something to make you bite into the fruit!

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A hot baguette!

“We could also taste pumpkin in the form of soup a few days later, Claire Guillopé comments again. And we went to the bakery, where Mrs. Marchand gave us a warm welcome. »

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A visit to the bakery of the Poirier bakery. © School of Saint-Guillaume

On pear bakery, the children visited the bakery, where the baker baked traditional baguettes. Then, grain bread tasting, Mayan bread with corn and the famous tradition hot from the oven!

Recommended chocolate

Another great moment: visiting the classroomHugues Pommereul, confectioner and chocolatier from the tea room Recommended in Pléneufwhose production workshop is in Saint-Alban.

Hugues Pommereul came to talk with us about cocoa beans. First, he explained to us the different stages of chocolate production.

The children could then taste roasted almonds and hazelnuts, as well as different types of chocolates. We would love to be there!

Pastry-chocolatier Hugues Pommereul came to class to explain his chocolate-making secrets.
Pastry-chocolatier Hugues Pommereul came to class to explain his chocolate-making secrets. © School of Saint-Guillaume

Crepe and chocolate

Finally, management creperie Chris-Traoumad. The children discovered make pancakes and pancakes and the visit obviously ended with a tasting.

It was truly a great human adventure: the professionals and artisans of Saint-Alban’s taste and plates participated with enthusiasm and pleasure in our requests and we sincerely thank them!

All students left for the holidays with sharp taste buds!

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