Limerick girl one of four finalists to cook for Neven

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first_imgAdvertisement Previous articleLimerick success in Pride of Place awardsNext articleChoirs to sing out for Simon admin Facebook NewsBreaking newsLimerick girl one of four finalists to cook for NevenBy admin – November 18, 2013 563 Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img Print Linkedin Email Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up 12-YEAR-old Limerick girl, Máiríde Bennis, is one of four finalists that will put their culinary skills to the test in front of top Irish chef Neven Maguire for a top cash prize.Uncle Ben’s has teamed up with the well-known Irish chef to gather mini chefs and their parents from around the country to get involved with Ben’s Beginners; a programme which seeks to encourage Irish parents to get cooking with their children, and nurture a lifelong love for wholesome food.Local Limerick girl, Máiríde Bennis, who entered the Ben’s Beginners competition is one of the four finalists.Máiríde, who is excited to be in the final, is in with a chance to win a €5,000 cash prize for her family plus a €10,000 donation for her school to fund a healthy eating initiative.Each finalist will be given the opportunity to cook their signature rice dish for Neven Maguire, who will then decide the winner.The overall winner will also have their signature rice dish featured on the Today Show on December 2 next.last_img

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