Lyncroft Care Home’s mouth-watering meals earn chef managers top prizes at national competition

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in C

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in Country Court Cares Meal Showereel competition. - Credit: Archant

Two chefs at a Wisbech care home have had their culinary skills recognised at a national competition.

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in C

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in Country Court Care’s Meal Showereel competition. - Credit: Archant

Phil Trask and Nicci Coles, who are both chef managers at Lyncroft on Clarkson Avenue, finished third and second respectively at Country Court Care’s Meal Showereel competition.

The cook-off aimed to showcase some of the care industry’s best meals on offer and to enter, chef managers had to snap photos of their best meals and submit them in three categories.

Phil won third prize in the main course category, while Nicci scooped second in the dessert category.

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in C

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in Country Court Care’s Meal Showereel competition. - Credit: Archant

Manager at Lyncroft, Jan Davison, said: “We are absolutely delighted for Phil and Nicci. Their wins are testament to the quality of their work and the genuine love they have for food and making our residents happy.


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“Hats off to them both and the whole Elior kitchen team and Lyncroft.”

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in C

Some of the tasty entries that helped Lyncroft Care Home's chef managers claim a top-three spot in Country Court Cares Meal Showereel competition. - Credit: Archant

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