Feb/19

1

Cooking Competition

In order to make the atmosphere more interesting and to encourage healthy diets and teach home cooking skills, our Serve Cambodia education centres have organized a cooking competition that cook by our students in school. We divided our students into six main groups with three group for the morning classes and another three group for the afternoon classes.

50917494_231164427829451_6734173957492047872_n 50784594_2177736579147306_8101601028102684672_n

Our dishes on the menu are things like Som Lor kor ko, Chha Kapik and Nhoum Sdout – these are Cambodian tradition food. All of these recipes the students have learnt how to cook from the beginning of the week, and this weekend, that is the time to release the ability and to show the result they have learned!

50874035_361467561358576_4131647616926613504_n 50634346_1040661956124647_2108586384057958400_n

At the beginning, we see that each group is united, assigning different roles to doing something like picking vegetables, washing vegetables, slice the meat. Every single group they all need to bring the cooking materials for their own team.

50894897_399623684129329_5884892699248558080_n 50976940_2413285418952160_4407372560140861440_n

After 15 minutes, the smell of the food starts to fly out, making everyone more motivated to do more and looks forward to eating. Not as long before all three teams had finished their cooking and they decorated the food nicely to attract the attention of the judge and people around.

51119300_1345894232218619_5231195799169269760_n 51112783_144070543166897_854415161501417472_n50766511_1905038189605688_7637337921221033984_n

Finally, we see that all the groups have been demonstrate their cooking very well and the food taste yummy and everybody had meal together with happy smile! We hope that each student can take home the lessons they are learning about healthy eating, safe food preparation and confidence in their cooking skills to contribute to their family, and to help their life when they are older with children of their own. They can also enjoy learning and celebrating their own Cambodian culture with traditional recipes, and maybe someone will even discover a new passion for cooking as their career option.

by Phanna Hun (Serve Cambodia Education Director)

· · · ·

Comments are closed.

<<

>>

Contact

You can contact us at enquiries@fellowshipofhope.net or PO Box 2574, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Original theme by devolux.nh2.me modified by Daniel Smith | Admin