Medieval Food Booths

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Medieval Food Booths

A quick infograph on the food at the medieval fair

A quick infograph on the food at the medieval fair

A quick infograph on the food at the medieval fair

A quick infograph on the food at the medieval fair

Erin Krska, Copy Editor

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If you would like to learn more, there are some interviews from the people managing the food booths below:

For the crepe booth:

How good is this fair compared to last year’s?  

“Well… Better production. We’re definitely more prepared. I’m working a lot harder this year than last year… it looks like we’re going to go turn out. But um, yeah it looks really good, we’ve put a lot of effort into this one.”  

Is it difficult to make crepes? 

“No, it’s really easy. It takes like a minute to make one…and they’re really good so I want everyone to come in and taste them at least.”  

How did you learn how to make crepes? 

“My dad’s been… helping me cook since I was born. We own a cooking camp for kids and we teach little kids how to do crepes so, it’s a lot of fun.”  

– Logan Fortuin, Senior. Interviewed by Erin Krska 

 

For the pie face booth:

Did you like the booth you were doing?  

“Yes, I just wish we had some more things for the students to protect themselves with, so they don’t get hurt.”  

What do you think could be improved about the fair?  

“I think we [teachers] could use more time outside. I don’t really have that much time to go out as a teacher. I spent a lot of time at my duty station. I couldn’t get to enjoy this as much as the students.” 

-Mr. Garcia. Interviewed by Erin Krska.