Chef Lecturer’s Brownies Win Prize
6 January 2022
A chef lecturer at Dumfries and Galloway College has won an award for one of her recipes.
Carole McShane has been named as a winner in the Camping and Caravan Club’s Club Master Chef Competition 2021.
A long-term lover of caravanning, Carole wowed the judges with her recipe for chocolate brownies that she created specifically for use by campers.
Her winning entry has been recognised by having her recipe presented in a cookbook published by the club.
She was also awarded a new barbecue set for her success.
The chef has an active Instagram account (@carole.and.her.caravan) and is active in the online staycation community, where she regularly shares her ideas, hints, and tips for whipping up delicious treats while on holiday.
Dumfries and Galloway College is proud of Carole and sends its congratulations to her for her achievement.
Principal Joanna Campbell said:
“I’d like to send my personal congratulations to Carole for her win in this competition.
She is an incredibly talented and creative chef and entirely deserves this award.
Carole is a real asset to our hospitality team and we’re happy to join with her in celebrating her success.”
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