Comet Bay Kitchen Garden (CBKG)



2019 Recipes

Term 3

Pizza of the Imagination, Yoghurt Sauce, Pasta with Seasonal Greens and Herbs, Winter Vegetable Bake, Vegetarian Sausage Rolls, Oat, Honey and Raisin Biscuits, Beetroot Pasta DoughCarrot Cake Biscuits, Spicy Curry Patties, Seasonal Vegetable Soup with Crispy Curried Chickpeas, Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Cumin and Sesame Seed Crisp Breads

Term 2

Apple,Rosemary and Cinnamon Pancakes,Asian Salad, Chilli Non Carne, Fresh Herb and Vegetable Dip, Fresh Mint and Chocolate Muffins,Polenta Corn Chips, Seasonal Autumn Salad, Seasonal Vegetable and Herb Scrolls,Tasty Noodle Stir Fry, Vegetable and Rice Slice, Vegetarian Chinese Dumplings.

2018 Recipes

Term 1

Vegetable Muffins with Cheese, Pizza of the ImaginationVegetable SamosasSalad of the ImaginationRhubarb and Coconut SliceHerbed Cous Cous, Pumpkin & Spinach QuichesMoroccan Carrot SaladHerb & Tomato FocacciaLamingtonsFruit Smoothie.

Term 2

Seasonal Vegetable Fritters,  Asian Salad,  Apple and Cinnamon Muffins,  Pita Bread Calzone,  Basic Pasta Dough, Basil Pesto, Linguine with Basil Pesto,  Creamy Pumpkin or Carrot soup,  Roti Flat Bread, Dukkah,  Seasonal Vegetables and Herb Scrolls, Nasi Goreng, Carrot Slice

Term 3

Asian Omelette, Basic Pasta Dough,Broccoli Thoran, Cheese Stick Crackers Cheese, Spinach and Herb Muffins, Dried Fruit Energy Balls, Scones, Seasonal Vegetable Lasagne, Seasonal Vegetarian Au Gratin,Spinach and Garlic Dip, Vegetarian San Choy Bow, Winter Tabbouleh

Term 4

Apple and Cinnamon Muffins, Falafel, Leafy Greens Ravioli, Pita Bread, Pizza of the Imagination, Rainbow Salad, Tomato, Garlic and Seasonal Herb Sauce, Vegetable and Rice Muffins, Warm Beetroot, Carrot and Herb Salad,Weetbix Slice,Yoghurt and Sesame Sauce







Aims and philosophy of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program

The aim of the Kitchen Garden Program is to pleasurably engage and educate young Australians in growing, harvesting, preparing and sharing delicious and healthy food in the belief that these skills and understandings are essential to the development of life-long joyful and healthy eating habits. The Foundation believes that behaviour is much more likely to change if an alternative is seen as pleasurable, positive and possible.

Each term children across Years 4–6 will spend two one and a half hours sessions in a purpose-built kitchen preparing and sharing a variety of meals created from their produce.

The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program relies solely on the generosity of others to implement the benefits of this Program.

Our First Experience of Growing, Harvesting, Preparing and Sharing

Worm Farming.pdf

Students preparing their new Kitchen Garden area.pdf

Preparing Food.pdf

For more information on the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program please take a look at the official website at