Excited children take their place and await instructions from their "head chef" while proud parents take photos on their smartphones.
The eager bunch is learning to cook, probably for the first time, at the Perth Royal Show's Farm 2 Food pavilion.
The pavilion has proved to be one of the Show's most popular areas for young children with a host of stalls showing where food comes from.
Computer games teach children about sorting eggs, honey bees in a display draw in a crowd of fascinated children before they head to a dirt pit to dig for potatoes and "milk" a model cow.
The finale is a cooking class where children make pizzas and a healthy dessert using the ingredients they learnt about earlier, before tasting their creations with their parents.
For four-year-old Jasmine Walton and her eight-year-old sister Jade it was one of their first Royal Show experiences.
They learnt about why fruit and vegetables are good for them and particularly enjoyed the "reward" of tasting their creations.
Volunteer Amber Frost said the pavilion was about introducing children to the origins of their meals.
"We're trying to introduce kids from the city to finding where food comes from and it doesn't just come from the supermarket," she said.