Baked Spaghetti I Can Cook


Baked Spaghetti

Katy invites young cooks into her kitchen to cook a tasty Italian treat. They discover how spaghetti is made and then create their own brilliant baked spaghetti.


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# I can cook

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# I can cook

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# I can cook. #

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Hello. Lovely to see you. I'm just getting ready for today's recipe.

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It's going to be so tasty and I can't wait.

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KNOCKING

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Come in!

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-Hello, Katy.

-Hey, Mia. Come in.

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ALL: Hello, Katy.

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Hi, everyone. Come in. Come in.

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Do you want to know what recipe we're cooking today?

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ALL: Yes!

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Today's mouth-watering recipe is going to be...

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baked spaghetti. Doesn't that look really tasty?

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ALL: Yes!

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We're about ready to start,

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but there's one thing we need to do first.

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Do you know what it is?

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ALL: Wash our hands!

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# Roll up your sleeves

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# Give your hands a wash

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# With slippy dippy soap

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# Splish splash splosh

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# Cooking is fun

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# But it can be mucky

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# So put your apron on to stop your clothes getting yucky

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-# Have you done your hands?

-Yeah

-Washed and dried?

-Yeah

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-# Sleeves rolled up?

-Yeah

-Apron tied?

-Yeah

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# Let's take a look in the cookery book

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# What can you do?

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# I can cook. #

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Let's get cooking.

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ALL: Yes!

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To make baked spaghetti,

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we need to start by giving a spring onion a haircut.

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-Can you see his hair growing on top of his head?

-Yeah.

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We need to snip that with a clean pair of scissors.

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Remember, when using scissors, everybody knows,

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it's best to point them at your...

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ALL: Toes.

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At your toes.

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Snip off his wiggly hair on to the plate. Ooh!

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Mine went jumpy.

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That's it.

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And we're going to snip off his wiggly legs.

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-I got his hair off.

-Good.

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Gabi, that's brilliant. You've done it perfectly.

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His wiggly legs.

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Now, we don't want to eat these bits.

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We'll put them over there. We need to chop up the bit that's left.

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So take your scissors again and remember to point towards your toes.

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Can you snip them like me?

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-That's it. That's how you want to do it.

-Done it.

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-I've done it.

-That's it. Amazing!

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I've got nine pieces, I have.

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That's really good. You've got more than me.

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We need to put our spring onion into a dish

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that can go into the oven like this.

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Sprinkle in your spring onion, everyone.

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It's raining spring onions.

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We're going to tear up some sun-dried tomatoes.

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Why do you think sun-dried tomatoes are wrinkly?

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Cos they've been in the hot sun

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and then they got all hot and all wrinkly.

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That's right. They have been in the sun.

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Rip the sun-dried tomatoes up

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and put them into our dish with the spring onions.

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You have to pull very, very hard. It's like ripping paper.

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Ripping paper's easier.

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SHE LAUGHS

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You could use your scissors, but remember to point them at your toes.

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It's sticky. Who's got sticky fingers?

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ALL: Me.

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I've got sticky fingers.

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THEY LAUGH

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Next add some cold cooked bacon

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that I cooked for you earlier until it was crispy.

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We're going to crunch it into our dish.

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We'll all crunch it together.

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With both our hands, ready? One, two, three,

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Crunch!

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THEY LAUGH

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Now, we're going to tear some black olives and put them into our dish.

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So take your olives,

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and tear them with your fingertips. Ugh, my fingers get all squelchy.

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I squashed them.

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Mia, what colours have you got in your dish?

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I've got black, green,

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and...

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red.

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-Is green your favourite colour?

-Yeah.

-It's my favourite colour.

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What do you think we're going to need next in our recipe?

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Let's put you to the test. Today's ingredient for you to guess.

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What do you think it's going to be?

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Let me give you some clues.

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The missing ingredient for our baked spaghetti is very long and thin.

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So could it be...?

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A giant pencil?!

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No. You can't eat a giant pencil.

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Let's try again.

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The missing ingredient looks like a bit like

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something you can tie things up with.

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So, could it be...?

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A ball of string?!

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No. You can't eat a ball of string, can you?

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Let's try one more time, shall we?

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It's long and thin. It looks a bit like string.

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And one more clue, it's very famous in Italy.

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So, could it be...?

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Spaghetti. The missing ingredient is spaghetti.

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We'll need some of this in our baked spaghetti.

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Let's go and find out more on our computer. Come on.

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To make spaghetti, you need four ingredients,

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flour, eggs, salt and olive oil.

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First of all, a chef cracks the eggs,

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and whips them up to make them nice and creamy.

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Then he adds them to the flour with some salt...

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..and a little bit of olive oil.

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He mixes it all together to make a dough.

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And squeezes the dough with his hands to make it nice and springy.

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The chef sprinkles some flour on the table

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and squeezes the dough around a little bit more.

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This is called kneading.

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He then covers the dough up and puts it in the fridge

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to rest for a while.

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When it's ready, the chef takes the dough

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and splits it into smaller pieces.

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He then rolls it through a special pasta machine

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and each time it goes through, the pasta gets thinner and thinner.

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When the pasta dough is finally thin enough

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he rolls it through a special spaghetti cutter

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to cut it into spaghetti.

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Finally the chef hangs up the spaghetti to dry,

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so he can cook it later on.

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We're going to use dried spaghetti in our dish.

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We're going to do some snapping, so who wants to do snapping?!

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ALL: ME!

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You can pretend to snap at home if you want.

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Hold it in both hands, like we're riding a bicycle,

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then we're going to snap. Count to three, ready?

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One, two, three, snap! Woo!

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-When they snap, mine went flying!

-Nice!

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Mine too!

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I love snapping, it's really fun!

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Now we can snap it into loads of bits and put it into our dish.

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But make sure it all fits.

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Mine jumped in!

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You can snap it even more, Thomas!

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It's really fun!

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My spaghetti has gone everywhere!

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-James, what noise does it make when you snap the spaghetti?

-Crack!

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THEY GIGGLE

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Next we're going to add some water into our dish.

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It's like a waterfall!

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All of it?

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Then we're going to add some chopped tinned tomatoes, like this.

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Pour that in, this one's all gloopy.

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Mine's done.

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Now it's time to get our pinchy fingers out.

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Can you get your pinchy fingers out, like this?

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-Wa-wa-wa-wa!

-Wa-wa-wa-wa!

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We're going to take a pinch of stock powder.

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This is going to add lots of yummy flavour to our dish.

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So sprinkle on the stock powder.

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Next, we need to take a pinch of this, and it's called paprika.

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It's a red powder that's going to make our dish really yummy.

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Only a little pinch.

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That's right, only a little pinch cos it's very strong, isn't it?

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-Yes.

-A little bit.

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Only one little bit of this.

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There we go.

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Now we're going to give it a turnover,

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because that's all it needs.

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Look, turn it over.

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Last of all, put on your lid.

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And now it's time to put our baked spaghetti in an oven for 25 minutes.

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But, remember, with ovens - beware, because it's hot in there,

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so get an adult to help you. Come on, everyone!

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Come on!

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Thank you very much!

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-Whilst our baked spaghetti's cooking it's time to...

-Tidy up!

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It's always good to put away so we can use things another day!

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Now it's time to remember what we've made today.

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# Cut the spring onions Top and tail

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# Top and tail, top and tail

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# Crunch a piece of bacon Crunch, crunch, crunch

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# Crunch, crunch, crunch Crunch, crunch, crunch

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# Cut the tomatoes, snip, snip, snip

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# Snip, snip, snip, snip, snip, snip

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# Do the same with the olives Snip, snip, snip

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# Snip, snip, snip, snip, snip, snip

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# Snap the spaghetti Snap, snap, snap

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# Snap, snap, snap, hear it crack

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# Then mix it all together Whiz, whiz, whiz

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# Whiz, whiz, whiz, whiz, whiz, whiz

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# Pour it on the pasta Sprinkle on the cheese

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# Sprinkle just like this. #

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# I can cook! #

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Our baked spaghetti has cooked, and while they cool down...

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Let's lay the table!

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Our baked spaghetti's cooled down and is ready to eat.

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The waiting is over, enough of this talk.

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Let's taste what we've made with a spoon and a fork.

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Add some cheese if you want.

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I'm getting some cheese so it looks all yummy.

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-James, what do you think of yours?

-Nice.

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Amelia, what's your favourite part?

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My favourite bit is the bacon.

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My favourite bit is the bacon too.

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Our baked spaghetti is delicious, we did it!

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ALL: We can cook!

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That's it for now, I can't wait to see you all again soon

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and just remember that you can cook too!

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Mmm, so yummy.

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Mia, which bit do you like?

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Cheese is my favourite part.

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I like the bacon.

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I like the bacon too.

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