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Duncan House | Posted 27.05.2016

Food glorious food!

 

Aspiring young chefs from Years III & IV have been put to the test with this year’s QM MasterChef. With the theme of ‘Foods from Different Cultures’, girls have been roasting, baking, slow cooking and chopping their way to victory, trying to impress QM’s array of judges, who meticulously tried every single dish from American mac ‘n’ cheese, to chicken and sweet potato coconut curry and wicked salted caramel chocolate brownies. It is hardly surprising that earning a place as a judge is nearly as coveted as actually winning the competition itself.

This year saw an array of creative dishes with St Aidan’s being crowned as winners with their Swedish and Danish themed delights, toast skagway, kavring crostinis with goats’ cheese and raspberries, tagliatelle salmone e panna and Fläderblomssaft lemonade. The Spanish churros were a particular favourite of the judges too!