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I taught them to cook

Food memoir of teaching 1970s London teenagers -

Signed copies from June 2nd

A memoir of teaching cooking in an east London comprehensive in the 1970s. London is buzzing with new foods and restaurants but my students take old-fashioned CSE and O exams learning about Invalid Cookery and Awful Offal.

Reviews from Amazon
Elle - This is such a wonderful memoir that reminds me of my food lessons at school, but also so much resonates today.

Lesley - You don't have to be interested in food or education to enjoy Jenny Ridgwell's page-turning account of teaching a disruptive and unwilling class of teenagers how to cook food in the 1970s

Jenny - Really good book that is easy to read and gives a fascinating insight into life in the early 70's and the stereotypes that existed within the educational system especially in the subject of home economics.

Thompson - For those of us who went through this teaching era can completely identify with the outdated attitudes of the day. Jenny did something about it.

Caroline - I am a food teacher so I can relate to a lot of the content. Very inspiring!

ISBN 10 - 1901151522; 13- 9781901151541; EAN-9781901151541

ebook 9781901151558

Kindle 9798749174243. (5/4/2021)

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