Brett Freeman, Principal here at Woking College. Welcome to our College.
Departing Deputy Cooks Up A Storm
October 13, 2016, 12:16 pm
Deputy Principal Nuweed Razaq cooked up a feast of Asian food as his farewell gift to staff and students at Woking College.
Nuweed, who has been appointed as Principal of Coulsdon College in Croydon, leaves Woking College after 12 years where he has been a hugely respected, liked and influential member of staff. Nuweed taught in the Business Department throughout his time at Woking College as well as leading many College trips and was a hero of staff football matches!
Working all morning in the College canteen, Nuweed was ably assisted by the dedicated canteen staff who said he was like working with a better version of Jamie Oliver! Gina Hills, Catering Manager, commented; “it was an absolute treat to work with Nuweed. I loved cooking with him - fabulous food from a fabulous guy.
So what was on the menu?
“The Fully Loaded Lunch” consisted of:
- Mild, spicy and hot Chicken curry
- Onion Bhaji, Sweet Potato bites, Naan bread
For the veggies:
- Spinach and cauliflower Curry
- Butternut squash and sweet potato curry
- Potato and onion fry
All food sold out in 20 minutes leaving some hungry staff and students gazing enviously at their colleague’s plates!
“Chef Nuweed” commented “This created a real buzz around the College and confirms that at Woking College we really are one big team”
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