Chefs cook up matching meals

PUBLISHED: 14:30 08 June 2006 | UPDATED: 11:47 04 May 2010

Photo: HELEN DRAKE

Photo: HELEN DRAKE

THE Kings School in Ely is preparing a special World Cup menu and the dining hall will be decked with the flags of the 32 countries taking part in the competition. A different World Cup dish will be served each day during the competition – a total of 24 d

THE Kings School in Ely is preparing a special World Cup menu and the dining hall will be decked with the flags of the 32 countries taking part in the competition.

A different World Cup dish will be served each day during the competition - a total of 24 different dishes.

The school's nine chefs have sourced the dishes, which include akume with ademe sauce (fish and beef stew with maize patties from Togo) and gwumpki (cabbage stuffed with rice, bacon and garlic, served with beetroot soup from Poland).

Pictured are (front from left) Bill Ferraby and Jim Murfet and back, Christopher Woodfin, Jordan Jarvis, Scott Smith, Tony McInally, Jane Taggart, Matthew Kneeshaw and Dorothy Jackson.

Photo: HELEN DRAKE

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