Posts tagged Recipe
Ruvarashe Matsika - The Quiet One

With 26 internationally judged distinctions, our graduation a couple of weeks back was testament to the high standard we demand at Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine. The graduates have all been employed, and I am confident that they are well prepared for their chosen careers in the demanding, yet exciting, culinary industry.

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Marizen Smit's Delicious Treat

I recently returned from visiting the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine #20182019 students in the Joburg and the Cape areas. What a tremendously, inspiring time it was - seeing them all in their placements, doing so well and truly flourishing.

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Cameron Easton's Eaton Mess

“We asked our chef partners to come up with unusual taste blends that sound odd but actually work surprisingly well together.  Cameron Easton, a student at Jackie Cameron’s School of Food and Wine has taken chocolate, avocado and coriander to create this adventurous interpretation of Eaton Mess!” - Oryx Desert Salt

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Caramel Profiteroles with Intaba Ridge Magazine

Caramel Profiteroles with a white chocolate caramel ganache…. I specifically chose this recipe because it was one that I really perfected under Jenny Westwood’s guidance, my home economics teacher at St. John’s and it’s now in my cookbook!

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Want to be a Chef? 200% Effort. No Less.

Jackie Cameron School of Food and Wine accepts only 15 students and I demand 200% effort from each person. Everyone, including myself, must be fully committed to this demanding yet fulfilling industry; and I’ve noted that the practice of spending time with us benefits both parties.

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Are Microgreens Nutritional Liquid Gold?

If you think microgreens are merely a garnish on your plate, think again. These tiny sprouts pack a powerful nutrient punch and should be included in your meals. Our diet requires an adequate amount of macro-nutrients (those needed in large amounts), micro-nutrients (those needed in smaller amounts), and of course food which contains antioxidants and phytonutrients, as these are important to keep your immune system strong.

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The Macrotrend of Microgreen Innovation

Born and raised in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, Nkululeko Mlotshwa recognised his passion for food while employed as a general worker in the hospitality industry. That was in 2011. Fast forward seven years, and today Nkululeko is living out his dream studying at the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine, thanks to a Woolworths TASTE Eat Out Bursary.

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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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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 Costas Christodoulou - Class of 2017

Costas Christodoulou signed up a week before we opened this year. We often laugh about how busy he kept me those last few days before school started. Costas had considered doing a culinary course when he finished school, a few years ago. He, however, completed a Bachelor of Business Administration and Advanced Certificate in Professional Photography courses before committing himself to becoming a chef.

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