Minoli Weerasinghe is founder and head baker at Mèimei’s Artisan Pȃtisserie. Baking has been a big part of her since childhood, and upon deciding that this was what she wanted to do with her life, she attended William Angliss Institute for almost three years, studying commercial cookery and hospitality management. Aside from baking, her interests include cats, plants, and music. We caught up with her for a chat on her career.
The Sri Lankan flag continues to fly high making Top 11 (Finals) on the world culinary stage. Thivara Fernando, Commercial Cookery Certificate III William Angliss Institute @ SLIIT Student has put Sri Lanka back on the world map making the Top 11 (Finals) out 50 Countries at the 4th Edition of the Young Chef Olympiad
The Young Chef’s Club of Lanka, the youth arm of the Chefs Guild of Lanka, on the 21st of October 2017 organized the Event – Guide to Food Olympics with Master Chef Gert Klotzke, Chairman of The World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS) Culinary Competition Committee and Master Chef Tapio Laine, Trainer for the Finland
On the 20th of November 2017 at SLIIT Malabe, proved an exception for training standards with the international cooking competition–the centerpiece event of: “So you think you can cook Italian”– laying out a bevy of delectable dishes. The Italian Embassy of Sri Lanka sponsored this culinary competition in aid of Italian food week. “So you