Posts tagged Jackie Cameron School of Food and Wine
Five Chefs to Follow

Instagram can be used for many things, from catching up with friends to sharing beautiful pictures, but for us food enthusiasts it is also a tool to finding amazing meal ideas. The key is in knowing which accounts to follow for recipes that not only look, but taste good. 

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Culinary School Outlet Br.unches

● EAT - A three course Br.unch: Seasonal, Menu changes every month, with options at each course and all dietaries catered for ● EXPERIENCE - Silver service and a new-age approach to all day Br.unch with style and stunning view over Worlds View ● EDUCATE - Sustainable suppliers, local produce and ‘Bring a Chef into your kitchen’ with the Culinary Outlet

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Fine Cuisine and Wine with Chaîne des Rôtisseurs

We recently attended a gathering of Chaîne des Rôtisseurs  at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Umhlanga. Hosted by  Philip Mostert, the Bailli Délégué  (national president), it was an enlightening evening where members celebrated, not only their final  gathering of last year.

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Celebrating National Spain Day with the Perfect Paella Prize!

Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine will host the Spanish Festival of Food that – apart from a fun-filled evening of food and entertainment - provides a worthwhile opportunity for local cooks to enter the Perfect Paella Prize.

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Join Us At Hilton Arts Festival 2018

The highly anticipated annual Hilton Arts Festival takes place this weekend at Hilton College and Jackie Cameron School of Food and Wine will be there! Join us at Crookes Block for all your culinary delights.

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Bee Berriman - Administrative Manager

“It’s an absolute blessing that I have a committed, enthusiastic aunt who ensures the admin department at my school runs in a smooth and orderly fashion,” explains Jackie, with the look of gratitude in her eyes.

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Clifford Thwala's Family Favourite Recipe

The Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine #20172018 students are well into the practical placement segment of our curriculum, and the #20182019 are progressing through the course material proficiently, and in good time.  

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