Suffolk Show 2018: Woodbridge School pupils join the professionals in bustling food hall
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Amongst the seasoned professionals in the Suffolk Show’s food tent were a few younger faces.
Earlier this year Woodbridge School’s Young Enterprise Team produced a cook book with the help of local businesses.
‘East Coast Eats’ featured recipes from producers like Stokes Sauces and cafes like Honey and Harvey.
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“It’s very nice talking to people,” said Nathan Little, 17, one of the project team members.
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“Most of these people have been doing it for a long time.”
As well as the original cook book the group now boast their own merchandise in the form of aprons.
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Callum Sycamore, the projects managing director believed that the group had really got into the project as time had gone on.
“If you would have asked me in September I would not have predicted this as the outcome,” said Callum.
The group have their regional final on the 13th June.