So Chef! 2017 kicks off at Ivory Park Secondary School

On Monday 9 October 2017, Ambassador of France to South Africa H.E. Mr. Christophe Farnaud visited Ivory Park Secondary School in Tembisa as part of So Chef! 2017.

Grade 10 pupils from the school took part in a workshop presented by ambassador of French cuisine in South Africa, Chef Wandile Mabaso.

The pupils prepared crispy summer chicken with bulgar wheat, baby vegetables and salsa verde, with the help of the visiting chef.

Ambassador Farnaud was joined by Mrs. Neo Rakwena, Director of the South Africa National Nutrition Week programme at the Department of Basic Education and Mrs. Marion Claudel, Deputy Director of the French Institute of South Africa and her team.

In celebration of South African National Nutrition Week, the National Department of Basic Education is teaming up with the French Institute of South Africa to give South African pupils a taste of French cuisine. This exciting gastronomy adventure forms part of a partnership agreement with the French Embassy in South Africa for collaboration and cooperation in promoting nutrition education in schools.

So Chef! 2017 takes place from 9 to 21 October in seven cities in South Africa and Lesotho: Cape Town, Durban, East London, Johannesburg, Maseru, Port Elizabeth and Pretoria. Read more here.

So Chef! is brought to you by the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS), the Alliance Française network in Southern Africa, Atout France, the Reunion Island Tourism Board, the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Province, the Lycée Hyacinthe Friant and in partnership with the Department of Basic Education of South Africa.

publie le 12/10/2017

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