The excitement at Singita Kruger National Park has been contagious this week. What’s been causing the stir? Lucien Green.
Visiting from Jamie Oliver’s “Fifteen” Apprentice Programme in London, Lucien Green (Senior Training and Development Chef) has hailed an energy at the Singita School of Cooking like never before. Each day has been jam-packed with activities, revving up from one day to the next.
Day One – the Singita team whisked Lucien out into the bush to look for lions.
Day Two – stepping into the kitchen at the Singita School of Cooking for the first time, Lucien observed students elbow-deep in dough and perfecting their focaccia-making skills.
Day Three – Lucien took some time out to review curriculum. He gave the cooking school a thumbs-up!
Day Four – this was a special day – it was marked as the official opening of the Singita School of Cooking. Mark Witney, Singita’s Chief Operating Officer was also present for the honours.
Day Five – then it was back to the kitchen. Lucien conducted a day of teaching, introduced the students to carpaccio for the first time, and iniated a competition to see who could produce some winning results. For the competition the students were split into teams and over two days they’ll compete for the top prize. It is going to be a gruelling, fast-paced stretch. Stay tuned!