Gehan: (father of Sam, Isaac and Faith): Let’s get some herbs for the stir-fry. Remember when we planted these ages ago?
Gehan: Do you remember which one’s we planted Faith? So that was parsley and that was thyme.
Sam: Do you remember what this one was? Or what that smell was?
Gehan: Why don’t you scrunch it up and smell it. What does it smell like?
Gehan: Mint, isn’t it minty?
Gehan: It’s just like toothpaste, isn’t it? Now which one Sam, do you reckon would be good in the stir-fry?
Gehan: What we try to do is to help the kids, even in a very small way, to see how that whole sort of cycle works. That you can actually grow things that you use and that’s kind of how we look after nature and nature looks after us. What do you reckon, Faith – shall we put some parsley in there?
Gehan: Okay. So do you want to pluck some parsley? Pluck a few of the leaves. Yeah, try and--you can get it like with a stem, like those ones. A bit of mint do you think? Okay. Just like a few leaves of mint. So do you think thyme would be good in the stir fry?
Sam: Maybe. Thyme’s also good for pizzas I think.
Gehan: Yeah, that’s a great idea. Which is your favourite smell, Faith?
Faith: The mint.
Gehan: The mint. I think I agree, I think that’s my favourite as well.
Sam: Mine is the thyme.
Gehan: Thyme is good. What does that feel like? They feel kind of soft.
Gehan: Do you feel bubbles? I think parsley gives a nice fresh taste to things.
Sam: Yeah, me too.
Gehan: Yeah. Did you smell the parsley? Okay. You guys did a good job looking after these.
Gehan: And making them grow. Thanks very much, beautiful work.
Gehan: It’s a family activity and especially if we got a bit of extra time on the weekend, it’s a nice way to spend a morning. Alright guys, let’s get these into the kitchen. Away you go Sam.
Gehan: Come on Faithy.
Sam: We got some herbs.
Amy: Fantastic, thanks guys. Thanks Faith. Right. Put them right in.