First place for frit­ters

Hills Gazette (Kalamunda) - - RESIDENTIAL -

YOUNG chef in the mak­ing Os­car Hawks knows how to present a fishy dish for dis­cern­ing judges.

The Year 5 stu­dent from St An­thony’s Pri­mary School in Green­mount served up his white­bait frit­ters and col­lected the best stu­dent award at the an­nual Big Bethanie Bake Off.

Re­tire­ment provider Bethanie held the com­pe­ti­tion on Novem­ber 1 at the Se­niors Recre­ational Coun­cil of WA’s Have a Go Day.

The com­pe­ti­tion saw four fi­nal­ists from each of the se­niors and un­der-18s’ cat­e­gories cook their favourite fam­ily recipe, ac­com­pa­nied by a story re­flect­ing their fam­ily’s life, cul­ture and history.

Other lo­cal fi­nal­ists to make the grade were Chloe and Is­abella Har­ris from Kala­munda PS.

Os­car Hawks presents his win­ning white­bait frit­ters.

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