Cooking up a storm

8th February 2008 at 00:00
Scotland's most impressive health and food technology student has been rewarded with a lesson from one of the nation's best chefs.

Quality Meat Scotland - the red meat industry body - named Monifieth High's Beth Henry as top Scottish student in Higher health and food technology.

The prize for Beth and one of her teachers was a lesson with Nick Nairn (pictured), and pound;500 for the Angus school.

Beth, 16, learned to cook a three-course menu: scallops with oriental salad and sweet chilli dressing; peppered fillet of beef with whisky sauce, and warm, soft chocolate rounds.

She is continuing her studies in home economics and is also taking Higher fashion design this year.

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