Tim Mälzer, a German chef, wants to know which bread is best
The best hamburgers in Hamburg!
Our projects Mascot and its name finished GFGM Baby Mascots finished Polish food in Kasteln finished Bees in our classroom finished From zero to a hamburger 12 months duration Production of ketchup and selling it ongoing Collection of recipes 24 months duration Christmas celebration in 10 partner countries
Our Mascot and the contest about its name to have a first common project in our partnership
GFGM Baby mascots as a symbol of dissemination
Polish Food in Kasteln to know more about the food in one of our partner countries
Bees in our classroom to learn more about these endangered and very important animals
From zero to a hamburger It is so fast to eat a hamburger, but how much time does it take to produce it?
Wheat March 2013July 2013
Meat Romenius gained 200 kilos in these 8 months, but he is still together with his mommy-cow
Tomatoes We visit a tomato-farm where they produce “hors- sol” 1’300’000 kilos a year
Collecting recipes, especially sweet ones
Christmas celebration in our 10 countries we need your help
A song? A story? A recipe? A tradition?
Results of our projects Communication (e.g. selling ketchup via website) Economy (e.g. producing ketchup, creating publicity, a label, calculating the price, selling it) Vocational education (e.g. visits in a mill, a tomato farm, a bakery, at a butcher’s…) Investigating cultural differences (e.g. Polish kitchen) Practical knowledge in cooking, consumerism, production of food, ecology
We are still on track All photos are taken by Marianne Herzog