Posted on Dec 03, 2019
This Rotary Club in Partnership with the South Essex College (SEC) once again ran the Young Chef competition at the SEC campus in Grays. The competition was fierce, and the judges had some difficult decisions to make. Each student had to produce a three-course meal costing no more than £20. A detailed menu and a costings sheet had to be submitted before the event started.
In the end there could only be one winner though and Head Judge, Graeme Collie, Head of Commercial Catering at the SEC declared Amreet Dhillon from Grays Convent High School to be top chef on the day. Standards were high and it was a close call. Amreet will now represent Thurrock at the Essex District Competition in the new year.
 all the student chefs with Head Judge Graeme Collie
The Victor Amreet with Rotary President Elaine Stevens (right) and her teacher from the Convent Louise Caruana (left).