Naas girl's recipe for health
Holly O’Riordan from St Mary’s College in Naas was named the runner up in the junior section of a recent national competition focused on healthy eating for young people.
The finals of the Good4U Smart Chef competition for secondary school students was held on Monday, July 19, at St Angela’s College in Sligo.
Hannah Egan of St Mary’s also competed in the junior category of the competition. Both girls were under the tutelage of their home economics teacher Ms Margaret Murray.
The competition was sponsored by the Good4U Food and Drink company, and the finalists were challenged to design and cook healthy recipes.
Pictured above at the presentation to Holly O’Riordan were, from left to right, Amanda McCloat, Head of Home Economics and Co-Chair of the IFHE Council 2010; Laura Butler, Good4U Food and Drink Company; Holly O’Riordan, Top Finalist Smart Chef Competition; Geraldene Hodelin, President of IFHE from Jamaica; Dr Elaine Mooney, Lecturer in Food Studies- St Angela’s College, Sligo; Andrew Bradley, Executive Chef of Castle Leslie House, Co. Monaghan.
Search for a job
Weather for Naas, Ireland
Saturday 18 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 10 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 9 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: East