Inspired by the last years WORLDCHEFS slogan “Show Your Culinary Ability”, World Chefs Without Borders Myanmar showcased their skills and brought great joy and many sweet delights to the unfortunate ones in Yangon.
Furthermore, Young Chefs of Yangon in Myanmar brought the hats together for two rounds of Charity Bakery of cookies and Swiss carrot cakes. Guided by Chef Dominic, over 20 young Chefs and other young people came together to take part in a 2-day charity event.
Chefs from Traders Hotel Yangon, Park Royal Hotel, Summit Parkview Hotel, Le Planteur, Café`s Di Bar, Intl. Baking & Pastry Training Centre, The Myanmar Hospitality Training Centre, Chef of Savoy Hotel and Laguna Lodge – Lilli’s Bar and Costa Rica Chef Gunter H. Othero fixed the dates and split the teams into two, according to the free time of each Chef. However, thanks to the great support from Yangon Head Chefs, F&B Managers and owners, the Young Chefs had enough spare time to take part in the event.
Not only a good deed was done, but also all the participants experienced great times throughout two happy days of mixing, rolling, forming, cutting and baking, without the usual revenue and cost pressure as at the home hotels.
Joining sweet forces
Mrs. Wang Li Jun from Premium Food Distribution was quick to support the charity event and provide their Show Kitchen with all the facilities and utensils, as well as sponsored most of the ingredients needed. Additionally, Mr Bryan gave out Anchor Butter sponsored products, while eggs came from City Mart Yangon. Pastry Chefs Zaw Ghee and Aung Myo Lwin took the lead together with a help of several young students and some very young students of 8 and 12 years. Furthermore, Ko Thet and Mg Soe Thuta made faboulos sweet treats, while Chef Thurein was as usually the first at the spot to kick start with Chef Ghee on the first day of the session.
Sweet Dream Components:
Flour – 60 kg
Butter – 40 kg
Icing Sugar – 32 kg
Butter Unsalted – 40 kg
Salt – 200 g
Egg White – 500 no
Milk Powder – 6 kg
Vanilla Essence – 200 ml
MCA Sweet Delivery
Liaison Secretary & Co founder U Than Lwin and Lecturer Chef Than Win Chef Thurein together with Mrs Monar from Premium Food Distribution, Mrs Saw Myat from MCA Office and Chef Dominic arranged the delivery locations and brought the dishes at Little Sister Home for elder people and some orphanages at the outskirts of Yangon. MCA office arranged the delivery cars.
Well done young Chefs of Myanmar at this second joint Cooking, Baking & Charity and greetings from MCA and Myanmar Chefs !