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Rotary Young Chef Competition 2014

This National Young Chef Competition is a well-established and successful competition promoted by Rotary International in Britain and Ireland (RIBI) and sponsored by Filippo Berio.

It is a four-stage National competition to support and encourage development of cookery skills.

This competition aims to encourage young people to:

· To cook a healthy meal
· Develop food presentation skills
· Consider food hygiene issues
· Develop their organisational and planning skills
· Develop their ability to cope in a demanding situation

The Priory City of Lincoln Academy hosted the first stage of this event for Lincolnshire. 8 students attended from a number of local schools, aged 11-17. Maisie Miller and Lucy Waterfield were chosen to represent the Academy on Saturday 8th November.
Their task was to produce a 2 course meal within a strict two hour time limit. The competitors were judged on their planning, costing, presentation, table setting, taste and appearance of all dishes.
I am extremely pleased and proud to announce that Maisie Miller won the competition, securing the highest number of marks. She will now be put forward to the district final held on Saturday 10th January and the Grimsby Institute. At this stage she will be expected to create a 3 course meal.
Both students did exceptionally well and I am sure you will all join me in congratulating their success.

    The Priory Federation of Academies, Lincoln