Sjef-tasties

Jong sjefs het weer eens beïndruk met hul vaardighede tydens NamChefs se skolekompetisie wat op 5 en 6 September in Windhoek gehou is.

10 September 2019 | Life Style

Yolanda Nel

Die wenners van vanjaar se Skolesjef van die Jaar-kompetisie wat verlede week plaasgevind het, is Olajumoke Lenntich van die Waldorf-skool in die afdeling vir individuele, en Laurika Burger en Kaylen Kuhn van Moria Privaatskool in die spanafdeling.

Die kompetisie het bestaan uit twee afdelings. In die individuele kompetisie het sewe jong sjefs meegeding en in die spanafdeling het drie spanne mekaar die stryd aangesê. Vivaldo Coangelo van Windhoek Hoërskool het tweede geëindig en Thomas Blaauw van die Purple Fig Bistro in Windhoek het derde geëindig met puik vertonings tydens vanjaar se kompetisie.

Mia en Christiaan de Sousa van Moria Privaatskool het tweede gekom in die spanafdeling, met Salomie Uys en Nika van Zyl van Windhoek Afrikaanse Privaatskool in die derde plek.

Volgens me. Sanet Prinsloo, ‘n lid van NamChefs, is dit belangrik dat kinders aan kosmaak blootgestel te word: “Ons gaan almal vir altyd eet en as iemand van ’n jong ouderdom af leer kook en kan toor met geure, dan is dit ’n stap in die regte rigting.”

Prinsloo het gesê die deure is oop vir sjefs en beroepsmoontlikhede is soveel meer. “As jy’n passie vir kosmaak het, is die wêreld aan jou voete. Niks hoef jou hier te hou nie. Dalk jy is die volgende Jan van Namibië.”

Prinsloo het gesê sy is opgewonde oor die belangstelling in die kompetisie. “Nie een van hierdie kinders word geforseer om hier te wees nie.” Volgens haar neem een van die deelnemers al vir vier jaar deel.

Vanjaar moes die skoliere ’n Franse uiesop as voorgereg bedien, met hoenderdye, ’n aartappelgereg en twee groentegeregte as hoofgereg. Vir nagereg was gevulde pannekoek op die spyskaart.

Verskeie pryse was vanjaar op die spel. Lenntich het met ’n sjefbaadjie van Cymot, opleiding by die Hilton Hotel, en geskenkbewyse van onderskeidelik Checkers, ter waarde van N$1 000, en Windhoek Stationers, ter waarde van N$400, weggestap.

Die standaard van vanjaar se kompetisie was besonders hoog en deelnemers het hulle uitstekend van hul taak gekwyt.

Similar News

 

Inspirational retired nurse plants her own forest

6 days ago - 09 October 2019 | Life Style

Retired nurse Emilia Angala (63), a resident of Ongwediva, has created her own forest of more than 400 trees which all grow together, competing for...

Sjef-tasties

1 month - 10 September 2019 | Life Style

Yolanda NelDie wenners van vanjaar se Skolesjef van die Jaar-kompetisie wat verlede week plaasgevind het, is Olajumoke Lenntich van die Waldorf-skool in die afdeling vir...

Ellen Pakkies shares all

3 months ago - 09 July 2019 | Life Style

“I just wanted to talk to him; ask him politely why he refuses to leave the drugs; that is all I intended to do that...

We are kept in dark places - Katrina

4 months ago - 14 June 2019 | Life Style

Education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa says 'The Journey' human rights campaign, which ends today, is the perfect platform for even the most timid voices to speak...

CSR is a powerful tool

6 months ago - 19 March 2019 | Life Style

JEMIMA BEUKES Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not just about making a social investment grow, but also about fostering smart partnerships between profitable entities and...

Navigating your finances as a couple

7 months ago - 22 February 2019 | Life Style

February may be the month of love, but we all know financial differences can place a huge strain on any relationship. Fortunately, if you approach...

Auntie Nangy

1 year - 20 July 2018 | Life Style

Is my lover too young?Dear Auntie Nangy, I am a girl of 20 and I am dating a man of the same age as me....

Veteran educator dies

1 year - 01 July 2018 | Life Style

Veteran educator and politician Otillie Abrahams passed away on Sunday morning, a family member has confirmed. Abrahams passed away in her sleep at the Paramount...

SRT joins in Queen's birthday celebration

1 year - 08 June 2018 | Life Style

In honour of Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday, and as a wedding present to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the day was celebrated with the...

Auntie Nangy

1 year - 24 May 2018 | Life Style

I don’t want a babyDear Auntie NangyI am 23 year-old girl. I’m worried about myself… I finished my period on 24 April and I slept...

Latest News

Amupanda KOs Doeseb

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA - Namibian public figures had a chance to stretch their muscles after participating in the MTC Knockout Project at the Windhoek...

TransNamib gets N$2.5bn

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Transport

TransNamib CEO Johny Smith says Namibian and southern African development banks have approved funding of N$2.5 billion for the parastatal's ambitious business plan that was...

Crashes cost millions

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Accidents

Injury grants totalling more than N$21 million and funeral grants of N$2.5 million have been paid out by the Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund in...

Nudo promises welfare state

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Politics

The National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) promised a welfare state when it launched its election manifesto in the Havana informal settlement on Saturday.Addressing a crowd...

Every anti-GBV effort counts

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Opinion

The MTC Knockout Project held over the weekend was a huge success in many ways. Naysayers, spurred on by armchair critics, had a field day...

The Desert Dash is on

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Sports

The 20th edition of the Nedbank Desert Dash is set to take place in the first week of December. The event, which annually attracts...

Pack and leave

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Sports

JESSE JACKSON KAURAISA I am writing this hoping that it will reach those that I believe do not have the interest...

Expired meds limit campaign

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Agriculture

Only some cattle in the northern communal areas will benefit from this year's free lung sickness vaccination.The agriculture ministry would neither confirm nor deny that...

PDM slams LPM's 'blatant lie'

1 day - 14 October 2019 | Politics

The secretary-general of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), Manuel Ngaringombe, has denied allegations that the party has struck a deal with Swapo to rig the...

Load More