Sea Biscuit Hall of Fame

Sea Biscuit Hall of Fame

Hlengiwe Sithole – International Diploma in Patisserie

I’ve always wanted to become a Chef so I approached the Johannesburg Culinary & Pastry School and started volunteering at the restaurant called Conception. It is there that I was awarded a Sea Biscuit Scholarship in Pastry.
I have learnt a lot thus far, how to be patient, strong and have sharp Pastry skills. I am very grateful for the opportunity and the school has given me hope for a brighter future.

Lubabalo Yanta – International Diploma in Patisserie

Born and bred in the dusty streets of Soweto, Meadowlands, I always knew that the kitchen was my favorite place at home. I always liked to experiment with food.
I came to Johannesburg Culinary & Pastry School and volunteered to help out with anything and everything. They then saw how passionate I was and offered me a scholarship for Pastry and at that very moment my life changed for the very best.

Ricardo Canada – International Diploma in Patisserie

I am from Rosettenville and I’ve always had a passion for cooking from a young age.

I heard about the Sea Biscuit Scholarship from my consumer studies teacher and I decided to enter the competition and won. This was the perfect opportunity to pursue my career as a chef. A long-life dream of mine. Being at the school has shown me how strong am I to become a chef. I’m confident that my future will be big and amazing and will bring so much more.

Clive Basson - International Diploma in Patisserie

I’m from Johannesburg South, I went to President High School where my consumer studies teacher Ms. Van Zyl gave me information about the Sea Biscuit Scholarship offered by the Johannesburg Culinary & Pastry School.

It was a dream come true! From a very young age I knew I wanted to become a Pastry Chef. Winning the Sea biscuit Competition afforded me to make my dreams a reality and I’m very grateful.