Africa on a plate at Stenden send-off

 

 

Captions: CLASSIC FAVOURITE: For dessert, a Cape Malva pudding was served at the Plating Africa event hosted by third year Hospitality and Disaster Management students at MyPond Hotel last week. Picture: Anja Theisen.
Captions: THE TASTE OF AFRICA: The options for main were either a chicken (pictured) or a beef kebab served with Nigerian Joloff rice at the Plating Africa event hosted by third year Hospitality and Disaster Management students at MyPond Hotel last week. Picture: Anja Theisen.
Captions: NUTTY LOVE: The West-African peanut soup was one of the two Starter options at the Plating Africa event hosted by third year Hospitality and Disaster Management students at MyPond Hotel last week. Picture: Anja Theisen.

Several of the third year Hospitality and Disaster Management students at Stenden South Africa organised the Plating Africa event last week at MyPond hotel, which saw the Lily Restaurant filled with persons at each table, rendering their event a great success.

It was a night with service like no other delivered most energetically by people who evidently live to serve others with focus and dedicated diligence. One could see focus and calm under the pressure of catering to and entertaining a full house of diners. The evening served as a representation of the efficiency the institution instills in their students, resulting in professional and hospitable business-minded persons being sent off into the world each year and being set up with life-changing opportunities.

“We tried to find dishes from all over Africa,” Howard said.

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