Foodie tour: Choshuenco edition

Alzar School | 17.12.14

Throughout the semester our students improve on a wide range of skills – language skills, technical proficiency, even culinary skills in the kitchen! In Choshuenco, one of our sister towns in Chile, the students were in charge of making their own meals in their cabañas. We jumped at the opportunity to blend grammar acquisition with nutrition and cooking. We learned the command form, an “imperative mood” in Spanish by creating recipes and comparing our favorite meals.

In this cooking video Nathan made for our Spanish 3 class, he will command us through his own personal recipe, introducing a wide range of vocabulary, and reminding us to never take oneself too seriously in the kitchen.