Highlands College were proud to be part of the exciting Kitchen Inferno 2016 event that took place on Saturday 12th November at Hotel De France with celebrity chef John Torode.
The charity event raised money for Jersey Cheshire Home and Luke’s House, a new children’s home for disabled children in India.
Two teams took part in the challenge, training over 6 weeks beforehand with local chefs who designed the innovative and challenging menu. Executive Director of Highlands College, Allan Brown took part in the challenge for the blue team and Highlands College Culinary Arts students supported the event again, both in the kitchen on teams and front of house, serving guests.
The fine dining menu for 150 guests was complex with Cimandis and Fungi Delecti kindly donating the ingredients that the contestants used. The event was a huge success with both teams working really hard throughout the evening. The red team were the overall winners. For more information about the event and to view the Kitchen Inferno website click here.