Guides are now the spice girls
They learn how to rustle up a curry
Kirkcudbright and Glenkens Guides joined together for a great night at the Station House Cookery School in Kirkcudbright.
The girls were given a step-bystep demonstration by Nick Morris, the owner and chef, on how to prepare an Indian meal.
They learned how to make flatbread, basmati rice and vegetable curry, using fresh local products.
Five guides from the Kirkcudbright unit and seven from the Glenkens along with their leaders, Katherine Naylor and Kathy Peace, had an enjoyable and informative evening.
Katherine said: “Thanks to Kathy for organising the evening with Nick. The Glenkens Guides invited us and we were pleased to join them.”
Kathy added: “The girls had a great night. They all felt they could now cook this meal at home”.
Nick said he was impressed by how organised the girls were and how hard they worked.
The Station House Cookery School also hosted the Stewartry Centenary Bake Off competition a few months ago.
Best bar naan Sophie, Naomi, Amy, Fiona, Sarah, Isobel and Courtney
Best phalls Emma, Jaime-Leigh, Kara, Katie and Carly