Children from London primary and secondary schools will be setting out their stalls and selling their home-made soup along with handmade bread baked in Bread Ahead's ovens fresh that morning, for Borough Market's Winter Sale.
Every pound raised by the school children will provide four meals for vulnerable families across the capital.
Pupils were taught the art of creating seasonal soups using surplus vegetables at a special workshop with BBC Saturday Kitchen's home economist, Michaela Bowles, as well as learning how to bake delicious ciabatta at Bread Ahead's bakery school in the market. The students then headed back to school to create their own unique recipes. The budding chefs will be setting up their stalls in Green Market, selling their soups to the public and giving other street food traders a run for their money.
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