Guides are now the spice girls

They learn how to rus­tle up a curry

The Galloway News - - DISTRICT NEWS - Stephen Nor­ris

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

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