Torfaen pupils create dish for food festival

South Wales Argus: Young people from Cwmbran invent their own dish to present and sell at the Abergavenny Food Festival. Pictured are Claire Greaves, Katie Nash, Rachel Watkins, Demi Churchill, Dominic Tainton, and Elizabeth Ferguson at Cwmbran Centre for Young people. (669 Young people from Cwmbran invent their own dish to present and sell at the Abergavenny Food Festival. Pictured are Claire Greaves, Katie Nash, Rachel Watkins, Demi Churchill, Dominic Tainton, and Elizabeth Ferguson at Cwmbran Centre for Young people. (669

BUDDING chefs from Torfaen have created their own dish to sell at this year’s Abergavenny Food Festival.

Ten youngsters, including students from Fairwater, Croesyceiliog and West Monmouth Schools, spent the day Cwmbran Centre for Young People’s kitchen preparing their dish, known as Devil’s Chicken under the watchful eye of Mark Puckey, Rick Stein’s head chef lecturer.

The initiative is run by Randomz Project, in partnership with Communities First Torfaen and the three schools.

Youth Worker Kayleigh Thompson, said the group has spent the last month working on the project and have completed a food hygiene course.

She said: “They had to come up with a dish that they could make on the day and sell and decided on chicken in a pitta bread wrap with salad.”

“They have never done anything like this before but with the input of Mr Puckey made the bread from scratch.”

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