As part of the Nutrition and Disease 2 class, Melbourne campus Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition (BSDN) students learned about nutrition-related health problems among children such as cerebral palsy and prader-willi syndrome. As such, the students created a clinical pediatric menu and then cooked the menu items in the food lab. Instructors, students, and Dean Don Benson taste-tested the caterpillar grapes and turtle apples, which served as side dishes for the “taco ’bout a party” and “cowabunga pizza bagels”.