This week Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa welcomed Kim Crosland, this year’s winner of the Rotary Young Chef competition. Kim was given the chance to tour the hotel and kitchen and work alongside our experienced chefs.
Kim, a year 10 student at Keswick School studying hospitality and catering, prepared a three course meal for herself, Mum and Gran in the Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa’s main kitchen.
The experience follows a continued partnership with our charity of the year Keswick School as we raise money to refurbish the school’s food technology facilities.
Kim’s Winning Menu
Whipped Goats Cheese with Baked Figs
Mint, Garlic and Rosemary Crumb Coated Rack of Lamb
Parmesan Potato Stack
Bread and Butter Pudding
With the help of Mark and Sous Chef Terry Davis, Kim received expert help and guidance on cooking her meal. The budding chef produced a delicious menu which was then served in the two AA rosette winning Lake View Restaurant for her lucky guests.
Mark Harris, Executive Chef said “This is a great opportunity to see aspiring young chefs at their best who can learn from our experienced team. It’s great to know that all the hard work put into improving Keswick School’s food technology department will help students like Kim.”
Keswick School Fundraising
While Kim is one of many aspiring young chefs, there are more students at Keswick School who hope to benefit from our fundraising throughout the year. There are still opportunities to donate with our final quarter raffle where you can win;
- One night dinner, bed and breakfast for two at one of our hotels,
- Luxurious afternoon tea for two at one of our hotels
- Delicious meal for two at LB’s Pizza House
Or if you’re looking for an evening of entertainment and fine food our Wild West Charity Night at the Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa promises to be the ultimate Hoedown!