The two winners of our Club round, Alice Maxwell and Georgia Johnston, were among the ten Young Chefs, representing five of the Area’s Rotary Clubs, who gathered at Kirkcudbright Academy to compete for two places in the District final in Livingston,
All ten really impressed the two professional judges, Tom Kirkpatrick and Paul Wilkinson, with all ten showing a great array of very creative culinary skills. Tom confirmed that the standard this year was extremely high, the results were very close indeed and all chefs should be very proud of what they had produced in the ninety minutes they had to prepare a main course and a dessert, spending no more than £10 on ingredients.
The winner was Morag Stewart representing Thornhill Rotary Club, with our Alice Maxwell the runner up. We wish them well in the District final which takes place on February 4th 2017.
more the competition was held at Dalbeattie High School
more Dalbeattie High School students attended the Peace Conference held in the Easterbrook Hall on the 25th November 2015
more THIS ROTARY YEAR THE CLUB DONATED Â£300 TOWARDS VITAL EQUIPMENT
more Dalbeattie Rotary Supports Challenge Enterprise
more To be held at Carrondale House Larbert weekend 16th October 2015. Dalbeattie Rotary Club has agreed to sponsor delegates from Dalbeattie High School. Delegates will be chosen after interview.
more Challenge Enterprise Team receive their certificates from Club President John Knox. Also in the photograph is the Club's Vocational Convenor David Butler
more Bailey Hodgson & Claire Orr
more The competitors at the Young Chef Competition: In no particular order Lloyd Pipe, Joe Pagan Lennon McCubbin, Bailey Hodgson & Claire Orr.
more Bailey Hodgson winner of the Young Chef Competition
more Mock Interviews at Dalbeattie High School
more Young Chef Competition 2013
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