Food & Hospitality

ADVENTUROUS YOUTHS SET TO REDISCOVER MALAWI

By Love T MSOSO. FACT #1: No matter how many books you read, no matter the number of classroom lectures you’ve ever attended, adventure remains the best way to learn. FACT #2: Adventure, and tourism are children of the same parent; Edutainment .………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Whilst many a Malawian are still embroiled in the mental slavery of perceiving that tourism is for ...

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RED LOUNGE ADDS VALUE TO BINGU NATIONAL STADIUM

By Malchus. That the magnificent Bingu National stadium is a sparkling structure is no longer news; we all know that. That this towering colossal edifice is off Kaunda road, area 49 in Lilongwe is no longer appealing and adds no salt to our knowledge bank. Much as we deceive ourselves that we have exhausted all that is about this a ...

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International Chef Melvin Myers set to train locals in Food Sculpting

By Malchus, and Gibson Kamanga. It is a relatively unknown field in Malawi. It is a relatively one of the underrated but most profitable fields not only in Malawi, but globally. Foods sculpting. You might have been to the most revered hospitality centres in Malawi. You might have dined, wined, and been accommodated in five star hotels, four star hotels…you ...

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MEET THE FRUIT SCULPTING GENIUS: MELVIN MYERS

By Malchus. Melvin Myers is an accomplished and celebrated chef with over 30years of experience. He originally hails from the beautiful island of Antigua, and currently resides in New York City. His passion for cooking started at the tender age of 15, which is when he attended trade school to master his skills. After moving to the US in 1994, ...

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