Lucan Volmy Wins 23rd Young Chef Junior Schools New Providence Finals

Tuesday 17th, March 2015 / 08:32 Published by

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Fifteen-year old Lucan Volmy of Donald. W. Davis, Junior High School won the 23rd Annual Junior Young Chef Champion New Providence Finals sponsored by Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour, both distributed in the Bahamas by Asa H. Pritchard.

Volmy’s Mahatma Rice dish “Pina Colada Rolled Rice Pudding with Chocolate Topping”, mesmerized the judges with his flavor popping chocolate topping. This earned him a total of 356 points. His Robin Hood Flour Dish “Stuffed Curried Bake” earning 335 points, won Best Flour Dish. Lucan will compete in the All Islands Final on March 18th for the overall winner of the National Young Chef Championship.

In second place was Kenya Richmond, a ninth (9th) grade student of Anatol Rodgers Junior High School. Her Mahatma Rice Dish “Rice and Lobster Soufflé” scored a total of 318 points. Her Robin Hood Flour Dish “Tropical Coconut Crumble Tart with Papaya Sauce” scored 325 points. Kenya will compete along with Lucan in the All Islands Final on March 18th for the overall winner of the Young Chef Contest.


Third place went to the youngest competitor, Labrano McPhee, age 13 of A. F. Adderley Junior High School, with 294 points for his Mahatma Rice Dish “Pina Colada Rice” and 316 points for his Robin Hood Flour Dish “Spicy Coconut Seafood Creep”.

Prince Rolle of T. A. Thompson Junior High School placed fourth (4th) with his Mahatma Rice Dish “Combination Seafood Pilaf” and Robin Hood Flour Dish “Guava Pound Cake”

Judges for the 23rd Junior New Providence Young Chef Contest were:
Seanette Cooper, Sandals Resort
Devian Maycock, College of the Bahamas Culinary Institute
Carla Barr, Teacher Anatol Rodgers Senior High
Celeste Smith, Atlantis, Olives

Captions:

Winner.
Lucan Volmy winner of the Young Chef New Providence Finals is all smiles as he shows off his winning delicacies. He advances to the All-Island Champion Young Chef finals to be held March18th-19th when over $3,300 in scholarships will be awarded. Photo by Autherine Francis P.S. News/Features

Lucan Volmy winner of the Young Chef New Providence, Mahatma Rice dish “Pina Colada Rolled Rice Pudding with Chocolate Topping”. He advances to the All-Island Champion Young Chef finals to be held March18th-19th when over $3,300 in scholarships will be awarded. Photo by Autherine Francis P.S. News/Features

Robin Hood Flour Dish “Stuffed Curried Bake”. He advances to the All-Island Champion Young Chef finals to be held March18th-19th when over $3,300 in scholarships will be awarded. Photo by Autherine Francis P.S. News/Features

Second Place
Second runner up. Kenya Richmond presents her final dishes. She advances to the All-Island Champion Young Chef finals to be held March18th-19th when over $3,300 in scholarships will be awarded. Photo by Autherine Francis P.S. News/Features

Youngest
Third place went to the youngest competitor Labrano McPhee of A. F. Adderley Junior School. Photo by Autherine Francis P.S. News/Features

Prince Rolle of T. A. Thompson placed fourth. Photo by Autherine Francis P.S. News/Features

Ms. Autherine Francis
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