Daily Archives: 18 October 2010

Milk is Cool at School

Since 1934 subsidised school milk has been available in primary schools in the UK, and it remains a staple part of the school day for millions of children.

Milk is cool at schoolSchool milk is a hassle free way of guaranteeing your child gets a healthy drink delivered fresh and chilled to their classroom everyday.

It is free of charge for children under 5 at a registered day care provider or primary school and subsidised for children aged 5-11 in primary education.

Many schools get involved with additional aspects of the school milk scheme, including discussing the origins and processing of milk; participating in World School Milk Day; encouraging children to become milk monitors; designing a Christmas card for the school milk industry and introducing environmental programmes to get the children thinking about waste and recycling.

If you would like school milk for your child contact www.coolmilk.com

Milk is not just for children, it’s great for us too.

Add it to a wholesome soup, for extra flavour and added calcium, such as Curried Soup from the 2011 Dairy Diary.


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Curried soup

A quick and easy  warming soup for the chillier months.

Curried Soup from the 2011 Dairy DiaryServes 4
Time 35 mins
Calories 171 per portion
Fat 9g of which
4.2g is saturated
Suitable for freezing

Butter 15g (1/2oz)
Carrot 1, peeled and chopped
Onion 1, peeled and chopped
Potato 175g (6oz), peeled and diced
Smoked streaky bacon 4 rashers, chopped
Korma curry paste 2 tsp
Chicken stock 450ml (3/4 pint)
Milk 300ml (1/2 pint)
Chopped coriander 3tbsp

1 Melt butter in a large pan and gently sauté carrot, onion, potato and bacon for 10 minutes.

2 Stir in the curry paste, cook 1 minute then add stock and season with salt and pepper. Bring up to boil, stirring, then cover and simmer for 20 minutes.

3 Pureée with a stick blender or in a food processor. Add milk and coriander and reheat.


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