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Home Economics students from Midleton College, St. Colmans Community College and St. Marys High School cooked off for a cookery competition.
As the core mission of Home Economics is concerned with sustainability this was selected as the theme for the competition students were challenged to use local produce and had a limited food budget of 10 euro.
Midleton College was represented by
Senior Category: Rachel Hornibrook and Kieran Carew
Junior Category: Charlotte Hall and Sarah Deane
The judge Jack O Sullivan from the Granary was overwhelmed with the standard of food produced stating he would put any of the student's dishes on his menu.
The group that emerged victorious in the Junior category were Midleton College who were represented by Charlotte Hall and Sarah Deane with the dish of Roast Stuffed Shanagarry Pork wrapped in spinach and parma ham, with mashed potato and purple Sprouting broccoli accompanied with a brandy and mushroom sauce.
The Senior Category winners representing St. Colmans Community College were John Burchill and Leon Moynihan.
A huge thank all our generous sponsors without their support this event would not have been possible Ballymaloe Cookery School, Hurleys Supervalue Midleton, Centra Carrrigtwohill, Pizza Ria San Marco Midleton, Puc Fada Midleton, Village Green Grocer Castlemartar and the Granary Midleton