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Budding chefs turn up the heat

By Cornish Guardian  |  Posted: January 29, 2014

  • Jake Daniels and MR Sugden, deciding on ingredients. BOTL20140122C-003_C

  • Team effort from Jenna Elliott and Mr Adams. BOTL20140122C-002_C

  • Olly Mitchell and Mrs Trevarthen making their pizza. BOTL20140122C-001_C

  • Emily Jones and Mrs Rootes kneading their dough. BOTL20140122C-004_C

  • Mrs Hendy and Mikayla Drakeley laying the topping on their pizza. BOTL20140122C-005_C

  • Miss Podlaska sieving the flour. BOTL20140122C-007_C

  • Madison Tyler rolling out her pizza base. BOTL20140122C-006_C

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MASTER chefs in the making turned up the heat in the kitchen at Poltair School's annual cooking competition.

The event, which runs for three weeks, is open to all students from Year 7 to 11, the only rule being that students must team up with a member of staff from the same house as the student.

Lynsey Toms, teacher of design technology and co-organiser, said: "There seems to be a lot of excitement and friendly rivalry ensuing among the staff and the students, which is creating an air of enthusiasm around the school."

Heats will continue until the grand finale on February 12, with guest judges including Grant Mather, senior lecturer in catering at Cornwall College.

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