Did you know that a healthy, wrapper-free lunchbox is easier to make than you think? Try these healthy ‘Nude Food’ options for your lunchbox.
Did you know that in China chopsticks are traditionally used instead of knives and forks to pick up food? In Northern China noodles are commonly eaten while rice is commonly eaten in the South.
Did you know it is okay to eat small amounts of desserts and sweets? It is recommended that sugar should be about 5% of your daily diet.Try cooking these Dessert cuisines at home!
Did you know the capital, Paris, is the city of love? France is popular for pastry and cheese dishes. Try cooking these French cuisines at home!
Did you know that the oldest olive trees known grows on the Greek island of Crete? Greek people traditionally use olives in many different ways in their food, using the fruit, the oil and the leaf. Try cooking these Greek cuisines at home!
Did you know that India is known as the ‘land of spices’? Indian food has flavour influences from its Portuguese colonisers. Try cooking these Indian cuisines at home!
Did you know that it is not common to eat rice for all three meals a day in Japan? Japan is well known for dishes that consist of rice, fish and soy products. Try cooking these Japanese cuisines at home!
Did you know that eggplant is the most consumed vegetable in the Middle East? Middle Eastern people commonly eat a lot of hummus, along with fresh vegetables and pita bread. Try cooking these Middle Eastern cuisines at home!
Did you know that in Sri Lanka people make fruits into a curry? Sri Lankan food is well known for its thick coconut based curries and spicy flavour. Try cooking these Sri Lankan cuisines at home!
Did you know that the secret to Thai food is its combination of sweet, sour, salty and spicy flavours. Did you know that in Thailand, the practice of eating by yourself is considered to bring bad luck! So, with your friends and family – try cooking these Thai cuisines at home!
Location: 65 Buckley St, Noble Park, 3174
Telephone: (03) 9546 8811
School Hours: M-F: 9:00am - 3:30pm
Acknowledgement to Country
We respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners of the land, the BoonWurrung and Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging leaders.Noble Park Primary School