Chefs from the Kindergarten Podlesí u Příbrami cook children with care and love. Their snacks look like a little work of art on a plate. This year they won the cooking competition at the Macro Academy in Prague and took home the Gold Cup.




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“These are our golden girls: Lidoshka Stanishkova, Gia Regnartova and Martina Matlova,” says the kindergarten director, Jitka Lavchkova, who is very proud of the chefs here. The competition between the school’s kitchens is great, so he tastes and checks everything.

In kindergarten, we also bake our own sourdough bread and use unflavored yogurt and milk, award-winning chefs say in a report from Bára Kvapilová.

The National Competition for Best Chefs in Group Catering is organized by the Association of Chefs and Pastry Chefs in collaboration with the Macro Academy in Prague. The Bodlecian Golden Chefs participated in the competition for the fourth time. They took silver twice, they took gold this year.

The winning menu was first carefully thought out, then modified and tested on children, and finally the most popular dishes in the competition were presented.

“We had a sweet dish, which is a flaky tartlet filled with cranberry curd with chia seeds. Then we had spinach roulade with delicate greens, stuffed with homemade grass, and most recently a rustic baguette with sun-dried tomatoes and tuna,” cooks Stanishkova enumerates.

Health school canteen

The Kindergarten in Podlesi participates in the healthy school canteen project. According to dining room manager Martina Mátlová, this means that they don’t use any semi-finished products, and above all, they aren’t as lazy to cook honestly as at home.

Bodleese Chefs Snacks are small works of art Source: Makro Cash & Carry CR sro

In the kindergarten, they bake their own sourdough bread and use unflavored yogurt and milk. Parents bring apples and pears from the gardens to the school kitchen, so the children can drink fresh fruit juice. Cookbooks suggest that by not using semi-finished products and honestly cooking dumplings and mashed potatoes, there is money left over to buy more expensive but high-quality organic foods.

Among schoolgirls, spaghetti is the most popular. Popular dishes include, for example, yeast spread.

Director Lavičková explains what the kids will get this time – cauliflower pancakes with homemade sour cream

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