Online video feed for student chefs
COOKING ONLINE: Pictured is cook-along winner Georgia Claxton, 18, with Steve Cottrell from Boston College.
BUDDING chefs at Boston College have had their first taste of the world of professional cooking with a Gordon Ramsay-style cook-along using the internet.
Trainee students at Boston College's Hospitality and Catering Department were given a private cookery lesson by top head chefs from Reform at The Castle Hotel in Lincoln and The Electric Bar and Restaurant at DoubleTree by Hilton Lincoln.
Lincolnshire County Council's onlincolnshire project set up a two-way Skype video feed for the cookery lesson as a way to demonstrate the possibilities superfast broadband offers.
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Mark Cheseldine from Reform and Phil Henson from The Electric Bar and Restaurant were based at Lincoln College and used the live two-way TV link to offer tips and hints and critique the students' techniques as they prepared dishes made using Select Lincolnshire produce.
A judging panel in Boston scored each student on their efforts. Budding chef Georgia Claxton, 18, from Long Sutton won the event and will now spend a day working in both restaurants.