Well done and thank you to Euan Lambert for his efforts in entering the Rotary Club’s Young Chef of the Year competition. This is a four stage national competition organised and promoted by Rotary International in Great Britain & Ireland, designed to support and encourage development of cookery skills in young people. It is open to all students in full time education between ages 11 and 17.
Euan was encouraged to take part due to his outstanding work in Catering at GCSE, in which he achieved a grade A due to his excellent work in both written and practical aspects of the course.
Euan spent many hours preparing his dishes, writing up why he selected those dishes, costing and menu planning for the competition, which took place on the evening of 26th November at Craven College. His teacher reported that Euan’s cooking was a credit to him, however unfortunately he wasn’t placed in the top two on this occasion.
We’re sure you’ll agree Euan’s meal looks wonderful and that this setback shouldn’t put him off competing in the future! Euan is writing an article on his experience which will appear in the next issue of Settle College Matters.