YWPO Pan Africa Chapter Family Day


This YWPO Chapter could not have packed more fun into a day.

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Members were bussed in from ASARA Wine Estate in Stellenbosch and on arrival at the Roodeblom Studios activities began. First a professional shoot with props to get the party started.

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Thereafter the members were divided into teams, a mystery ingredient box, a pantry table brimming with delicious ingredients and a bunch of Webbers ready for action.NIK_9186 (Large)NIK_9036 (Large) NIK_8948 (Large)

Under the guidance of Braai Master, Jan Nel, the teams got started.

Strict time and ingredient constraints kept the heat in the kitchen and the cooks on their toes. After the judging the delicious dishes were piled on the table and the families sat down and shared the feast.

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The entire event was professionally filmed and on arrival home each family received an edited DVD of their day in the kitchen.

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