Rotary Young Chef
Mouth-watering dishes served up by wannabe top Chefs of the future
Tom Edwards, a student at St Clement's High School emerged as the winner of the local heat of the Rotary Young Chef of the Year Competition which took place at the College of West Anglia in November
He wuill now progress to the Ditrict Round which will be held at Suffolk One Sixth Form College in Ipswich on 27th February 2016
The Competition, organised by Rotary Great Britain and Ireland is in four staesculminating in the National Final and is open to all students in full time education between the ages of 11 & 17 on August 31st. The challenge is to prepare a three course healthy meal comprising a starter, main course and dessert for two people costing less thn £15 with a time limit of 2 hours.
Tom's winning menu consisted of Salmon & Dill Pate with toasted Granary Bread, Chicken & Leek Pie with creamy colcannon mashed potato and honey roasted root vegetables followed by Lemon Cheesecake with fresh strawberries.
Judges for this round were Les Philp and Colin Rushmore, both well known in local catering circles.
Trinity Totary Club are delighted to be involved in this aspect of service to youth who are our country's future