Turning up the heat in 2017.
Each year, culinary students from around South Africa compete in the much anticipated Huletts Sweet Young Chef competition. Budding chefs are challenged to submit a divine dessert recipe, using several products from the Huletts
• Store your knives correctly, separated from each other and away from other metals. A knife roll or knife block is a good option.
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1000 Hills Chefs School has done it again, taking first, second and third place at the prestigious Unilever Chef of the Year competition. Junior Chef of the Year title was clinched by second year student Richard Ellis at the prestigious
Things are heating up in kitchens at 1000 Hills Chefs School!
BRAVO AVOCADO – our First Year students have just taken top honours in the South African Avo Growers Association Chef School Challenge, earning ALL FIVE top places in this
June sees our students taking a short break … before getting stuck into the second semester. Click to read our latest newsletter and see what they have accomplished up to June 2016.
DATES TO DIARISE:
VOTE! We are closed on 3
April means autumn up here in the hills, and while the weather is cooling down, things are heating up in our kitchens. Click to read our latest newsletter for April 2016.
DATES TO DIARISE:
COMRADES is on 29th May, and
Anyone who has visited our school over the years will know we are very much a dog-friendly place. Kodi, a beautiful Swiss Shepherd, is Principal Chef Dixi’s shadow … and is by far the most influential member of the management
Finalists from the UK, France, Turkey, Peru, Germany, Belgium, Italy and the USA participated with our own Richard Ellis, on the right.
Richard Ellis, current second year student at 1000 Hills Chefs School, recently participated in the 11th Délifrance Sandwich