A BLAENAVON cooking school is hoping to win a top award after being shortlisted for the prize.
The Chef’s Room Fish and Cookery School in Blaenavon has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Best Welsh category of the 2013 British Cookery School Awards.
Founder Lindy Wildsmith said: ” We are thrilled to be short listed again this year. Winning last year made such a difference.”
With more than 400 cookery schools now operating across the county, the British Cookery School Awards 2013 honour excellent cookery schools that go above and beyond to deliver a top notch cookery school experience.
The Chef’s Room tutors include resident chef Franco Taruschio from Le Marche, Italy and Alex Mackay and new to the school is Malaysian chef Shaun Naen.
Mr Taruschio OBE, who is patron of the Abergavenny Food Festival and founder of the legendary Walnut Tree restaurant.
The Chef’s Room is up against stiff competition from other schools across the country.
Entrants to the Best Welsh category had to demonstrate why their school is the best at its particular area of expertise and how they differentiate themselves from competitors. The winners will be revealed in a London awards ceremony on November 11.
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