Posts tagged Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine
Introducing Angelo Richard - Class of 2018

I have appreciated food from a very young age and, following signs and comments from influential people in my life, I chose to enrol here.

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A Gourmet Brunch Experience

Shelley Seid, thanking you greatly for this wonderfully detailed piece on our BRUNCHES here at my school. Thanking you for your continued support and making a huge effort to be here.This does mean the world to us. We will kick our Br.unches off again the same time next year, see you then.

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The Poynton's of Cleopatra Mountain Farmhouse

A little while back the Poyntons of Cleopatra’s restaurant fame, came for a wine celler lunch.  What an absolute treat it was for myself and my students to spoil these culinary giants. Their comments after their lunch (huge thanks to the team at Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine for pulling off another fabulous event.)

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Friends of Wüsthof: Jackie Cameron

Every chef has their pet hate – and Jackie’s is seeing someone in the kitchen with one of her knives in their hand. “Nobody is allowed to touch my knives – they’re from the Wüsthof Classic Ikon range and they’re engraved. I use them, sharpen them and wash them myself,” she says. “I am very classical and old-fashioned in many ways and these knives are truly stunning – and they fit my hand like a glove,” she says. Having bruised and cut herself early in her career with blunt knives, Jackie makes sure her knives are always sharp.

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Judge: Nardia Adams - Fudart

My students exams means I get to semi catch up with local chefs that I respect hugely because with all the kitchen assessing I am doing I need tasting judges to professionally and fairly judge my students plates.  Everything gets judged blind, as in no judge knows whose food is whose.  

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The Great South African Cook Book: Discounted for Nelson Mandela Day

It was an honour to have been asked to submit recipes for The Great South African Cook Book (Quivertree Publications) that showcases 67 chefs, cooks and bakers who contribute to our country’s diverse and creative culinary industry. 

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Introducing Georg Lens - Class of 2017

Georg Lens’ mother, Cindy, was responsible for all the sign writing at the school. I suggest you commission her/WALLCANDY for any wallpaper, painting and design requirements you may have. Georg too came to the school’s first open day but I believe his idea of becoming a chef was cemented after he attended a Teens Cooking Class.

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Introducing Jordin Shelly - Class of 2017

Jordin Shelly, of Hillcrest, was a learner at Epworth School and, during 2016, we kept ‘bumping into’ one another. It was as though Life knew she was coming to Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine before she knew.

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