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Flying high

Ayanda Matomela, 2016 winner

“I’m in my second year at Silwood School of Cookery in Cape Town. It’s tough, but worth it! I recently did a stint at La Petite Colombe in Franschhoek and I learnt a lot of new recipes and techniques, including a delicious fermented cauliflower dish. Now I’m at La Colombe in Constantia. Here’s a pic that I took in the kitchen (right). It’s going to be a busy service!”

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