[lang_ie]Le cúpla mí anuas bhí na hionaid Cumasóige gnóthach ag ullmhú agus ag déanamh réidh do na Babhtaí Ceannais Cócaireachta 2011. Sé fhoireann, le dhá fhoghlaimeoir ag déanamh ionadaíocht d’ionad s’acu féin a tháinig le chéile Dé Máirt seo caite , 6 Nollag ag an Ionad Oideachais, Leitir Ceanainn.
Ba iad seo a leanas a ghlac páirt : Laura Brennan agus Andrew Walker (Leifear), Dale Kerr agus Jason McEleney (Bun Cranncha), Gary Kelly agus Jamie McColgan (Gleann Gad), Alistar McKee agus Jack Matthew (Béal Átha Seanaidh), Ryan Matthewson agus Aaron Black (Leitir Ceanainn) agus Katie O’Shea agus Regan O’Brien (Gort a’Choirce).
Thosaigh siad ag 11.00 r.n. agus bhí dhá uair a chloig leagtha síos le hullmhú agus cócaireacht a dhéanamh ar phríomhchúrsa agus milseog a chuir ar fáil. Ba iad Raymond Moran, Phríomhchócaire ó Bhialann Harry, Ceann an Droichid, Inis Eoghain agus Cróna Gallagher, Oifigeach Oideachais d’Aoisigh agus Bainisteoir Líne Cláir Cumasóige a rinne an mholtóireacht ar na miasa.
Bhí ardchaighdeán ann ó gach foireann, rud a d’fhág na moltóirí faoi bhrú le buaiteoir a roghnú ach sa deireadh ba iad foireann Cumasóige Gort a’Choirce a bhua agus bhí Cumasóige Leitir Ceanainn sa dara háit. Comhghairdeas leo uile agus fós buíochas mór do na moltóirí, Raymond agus Cróna. Tá gach duine ag fanacht go crua do chomórtas 2012.[/lang_ie]
[lang_en-uk]Over the last few months the Youthreach centres have been busy preparing for the Youthreach Cook-Off Final 2011. Six teams, made up of two learners, represented each centre at the final on Tuesday 06 December. The contestants were Laura Brennan and Andrew Walker (Lifford), Dale Kerr and Jason Mc Elaney (Buncrana), Gary Kelly and Jamie McColgan (Glengad), Alistar McKee and Jack Matthew (Ballyshannon), Ryan Matthewson and Aaron Black (Letterkenny) and Katie O Shea and Regan O Brien (Gortahork).
Finalists began at 11.00am and had two hours to prepare and cook a main course and dessert. The dishes were judged by Raymond Moran, Chef at the award winning Harrys Restaurant in Bridgend in Inishowen and Cróna Gallagher, AEO and the Youthreach Programme line manager. Both judges were stunned by the quality of the food and skills used to prepare, cook and present them which made it very difficult to pick a winner. In the end the Gortahork team won with their baked mushroom risotto and chocolate zabaglione. Letterkenny were the runners up with their cottage pie and apple crumble sundae. Congratulations to all and a big thank you to the judges,Raymond and Cróna. We’re already looking forward to the 2012 competition![/lang_en-uk]
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