Riverside students spend time preparing a traditional Ecuadorian food

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ECUADORIAN COOKING -- Seventh- and eighth-grade Spanish students in Nelia Dwyer's class at The Riverside School recently spent some time preparing a traditional Ecuadorian food called Llapingachos as part of their study of the Spanish language and the cultures where it's spoken. Students worked in small groups and practiced collaboration and cooking skills. Above, filling the potato balls with spiced cheese, are Brenna Morgan of Lancaster, N.H.; Rachel Fickes of Peacham; Eli Moore of East Haven; and Addison Broome of Kirby.

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