4th September 2015
Fresh from her stint signing ‘Amy’s Baking Year’ at Harrods and honing her craft in the kitchens of The Ritz and Paris World famous Four Seasons George V Hotel, the teenaged baking sensation who Raymond Blanc “A young talent who bakes beyond her years” and predicted a future as ‘the world’s best patissier,’ Amy-Beth Ellice teamed with the prestigious Jamaica Half Moon Luxury Hotel’s Executive Chef, in a Britain meets Caribbean ‘bake-off’ to swap recipes and tips.
The talented teen chef who became Britain’s Youngest professional baker when her Amy’s Baking Year cook book was published aged 16, teamed with acclaimed Executive Pastry chef Alana St. Louis to experience baking Jamaica style in Montego Bay.
Speaking from the world famous resort Amy said;
“ I fell in love with Jamaican cuisine during our family holidays to the island as a child. It’s a country famous for its food for good reason and I enjoy being inspired by other cultural cooking techniques in order to ensure my recipes remain innovative and flavourful! It was an honour to meet Alana.”