London School Chef of the Year

Some of the best cooks in the country went head to head in early March for the coveted title of School Chef of the Year. With just 90 minutes, a maximum spend of just over a pound per meal, and under the scrutiny of a panel of judges, the competitors will had to prepare, cook and present a main course and dessert suitable for an 11 year old. There were 12 people left in the running – and one of them was 25 year old Raheem Morgan from Lewisham – after he won the London regional final.

Unfortunately Raheem didn’t get the top prize of £1000 at the final in Stratford-upon-Avon, but the Lewisham chef did make the runner up amongst tense competition.

Thomas AbbottThomas Abbott 11th May 2020

TagNews, LocationLewisham

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