Frazer Coulby studies on the Level 2 Professional Cookery course at Harrogate College.
Frazer grew up wanting to become a chef and serve homemade food to hungry customers, and in 2014 he took the plunge and enrolled at Harrogate College. He is now looking to the future, as he sees himself one day, opening his own fine dining restaurant serving a wealth of international cuisine. Frazer knows that by continuing to expand on the skills he has already picked up, he is well on the way to achieving his dream.
Over the past year, Frazer has enhanced his passion for cooking by learning a wide variety of skills and techniques that he uses in the kitchen, daily. Frazer has also gained a wealth of experience by getting himself involved with live cooking demonstrations at the Harrogate Flower Show and also the Nidderdale and Pateley Show.
“The Learning Support team have really helped me to pass my qualifications successfully. I’m extremely pleased and excited to see my dish come to life at the dinner so I’m grateful for the opportunity.” – Frazer Coulby.
Hilary Grovners from the Learning Support team is thrilled for Frazer.
“The ALS staff who support Frazer are all really pleased as he has made such great progress here at Harrogate College. His skills base has broadened enormously and we will look forward to seeing more from Frazer.”
Frazer has also been announced as the winner of the British Potato Industry competition, to create a dish where the humble potato is the main star. Frazer cooked up a storm with British Bubble ‘n’ Squeak and his dish will be brought to life on the plates of 900 people at a dinner at the Harrogate International Centre, in November.