Recently Wynand Reiman, Singita Lebombo’s Senior Sous Chef (and Regional Chaine de Rotisseurs, Young Chef of the Year 2010 winner) carried out a teaching session on ‘how to make stocks and sauces’ with the Singita School of Cooking students. The students thoroughly enjoyed Wynand sharing his skill, knowledge and expertise with them.

Enthusiastically taking notes during the session.

Eight students were enrolled in the new cooking course that began on the 15th September 2010.  This is an 18 month long program which prepares students selected from the local community, for a career as a professional chef.

If you would like to consider sponsoring a full scholarship, or be a co-sponsor please email the General Manager of Singita Kruger National Park at gmsknp@singita.com.  To read more about the ambitious efforts of the Singita School of Cooking, please click here.


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