Dumfries and Galloway College’s top chef has launched an online cooking programme designed to help home cooks improve their skills during lockdown.
Tony and Andrew making pasta with prawns 🍤
Publiée par Chef Tony Budde sur Mercredi 8 avril 2020
Chef Instructor and Assessor and member of the External Development Team, Tony Budde, has been teaching viewers how to make treats including tomato and olive bread, jaffa cakes with lemon posset, and homemade curry in a series of popular online videos.
The award-winning chef has been using Facebook to publish his videos which have also included teaching his audience how to step up their summer BBQ game.
Tony intends to continue posting his content and sharing his years of experience and insight in the kitchen with viewers throughout lockdown.
The free online content forms part of Dumfries and Galloway College’s commitment to ensuring that learning and teaching continues throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
Principal Joanna Campbell has dedicated her team and her college to being part of the upskilling and reskilling, as well as the economic recovery, that Scotland will need post-COVID-19.
Principal Joanna Campbell said:
“Tony is a well-respected and popular figure at the heart of our college community and he is always keen to go above and beyond to share his love of cooking.
“These videos will help his viewers come up with new ideas and learn new skills during this period of lockdown and we’re all grateful to him for creating them.
“Innovation and the use of technology to deliver remote learning are fundamental to our vision at Dumfries and Galloway College and, as usual, Tony has been at the forefront of delivering that vision.”