Chef Shanese Phoenix

Caribbean cooking opportunity for young adults

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The mission of Caribbean New Frontier Foundation (CNFF), a registered charity, is to assist young adults of African and Caribbean descent in finding and establishing a career path. It does this by creating a platform for those young adults who may require guidance, motivation, encouragement and counselling so that they can make meaningful, positive contributions to the communities in which they live.

CNFF’s Caribbean Cultural Heritage Food Project will provide the opportunity for 18-25-year-olds of Caribbean background to spend 12 weeks learning how to prepare Caribbean breakfast, lunch and dessert.

Under the supervision of Saint Lucia-based celebrity chef Orlando Satchell, the participants will be taught how to manage a kitchen, health and safety issues, food preparation and presentation. At the end of the exercise participants should have gained the confidence to work in any kitchen and will be familiar with the typical activities of a kitchen. They’ll even be able to compete for a £200 cash prize.

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This is a multi-level community project for young people within the Ealing, Acton, Hammersmith and Fulham area of west London. It will take place at Gliddon Road, Barons Court, London W14 9BL.

The deadline for entries is February 2023, to register, email: cooking@caribbeannewfrontierfoundation.org or visit caribbeannewfrontierfoundation.org.

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