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A baking dozen of toddlers at the Pipe and Glass

James Mackenzie , chef Owner of Michelin-starred Pipe and Glass inn at South Dalton near Beverley gets his hands sticky as he joins in with a biscuit making class with children from nearby Old MacDonald's Childrens Daycare Nursery.

James Mackenzie , chef Owner of Michelin-starred Pipe and Glass inn at South Dalton near Beverley gets his hands sticky as he joins in with a biscuit making class with children from nearby Old MacDonald's Childrens Daycare Nursery.

A dozen youngsters from an East Yorkshire nursery enjoyed a morning in the sun decorating biscuits at the Michelin-starred Pipe and Glass Inn.

The little ones, all aged between three and five, attend Old MacDonald’s Children’s Daycare Nursery in Lund, near Driffield.

They spent the morning decorating biscuits in the shape of teddy bears and flowers, under the guidance of the Pipe and Glass’s chef/owner, James Mackenzie, whose two-year-old daughter Molly attends the nursery.

After the children had decorated their biscuits with coloured chocolate and sprinkles, James iced each one with their owner’s name, and the children took them home for their families.

Old MacDonald’s Nursery manager Sara Jefferson said: “They’ve had great fun – it’s been something really different for the children to do. They know James and his wife Kate because they’ve seen them picking Molly up from nursery, and that helps – it’s less daunting for the very little ones to come somewhere where they know people.”

James said: “Old MacDonald’s has really looked after Molly and, before her, her brother Toby – we’re delighted to be able to give something back to them.”

 

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