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Cheshire College student is Young Chef of the Year finalist 

Oct 22

Cheshire College student is Young Chef of the Year finalist 

Amanda Salters, a Professional Cookery student at Cheshire College – South & West, has made it to the final round of Delifresh’s Young Chef of the Year. 

Amanda was selected for the Liverpool heat in September, after impressing judge Pierre Koffmann with her culinary skills. During the highly competitive regional heat, she cooked at Liverpool’s L20 restaurant under the supervision of seasoned chef, Simon Crannage, before being selected to progress to the upcoming Finals in York. 

Cheshire College offers a range of Hospitality and Catering courses, including Professional Cookery. The College’s experienced chefs help students to acquire industry-standard skills and, as part of their vocational training, students work in the College’s kitchens and AA Rosette standard Academy restaurants. 

Andrea Huby, Assistant Director of Hair, Beauty and Hospitality at Cheshire College, said: “We are incredibly proud of Amanda’s achievement, and we’re excited to see what she will achieve at the Finals in York. Her success is testament not only to her talent and determination as a Chef, but also to the knowledge, training and support which she has received from our Hospitality and Catering department.” 

Cheshire College are now accepting applications for September 2023 for those interested in studying a diverse range of subjects, designed to provide students with combined skills and knowledge that will fully prepare them for the next exciting stage of their life. Visit to find out more.  



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