Friday, 22 March 2013

Lecturer and student take top awards

A talented lecturer and a student cooked up a storm at a national trade challenge in Glasgow.

Cookery lecturer at Cumbernauld College Paul Clark won the Gressingham Duck competition at annual catering show ScotHot.

Meanwhile, student Andrew Kelly, 17, was awarded silver in the Modern Apprentice Skills Challenge.

Paul wowed the judges with his seared duck breast, butternut cous cous and puree cardamom and orange reduction.

Andrew, of Kirkintilloch, prepared a chicken for sauté, with six different vegetable cuts.

Paul said: "ScotHot is one of the most prestigious events in Scotland's culinary calendar so to take part is an honour.

"For Andrew to have achieved silver is a great boost and he should be very proud - I was also delighted to succeed in my category."

ScotHot, held at Glasgow's SECC, began Scottish Tourism Week earlier this month.
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