Roberts said Marshall’s visit will strengthen the already cordial bilateral relations between Curacao Dutch Caribbean Island and The Gambia, as well as boost the country’s image as a tourist destination.
He pledged to render support to the young chefs and the Gambia Chefs Association in their quest to attain their set goals and objectives.
For his part, Master Chef, Charlie Marshall, commended all those who make his visit to the country possible, especially the ‘What African Chefs Can Do’ group and the chefs association in The Gambia.
He said the country has huge talents that can usher in the much needed development in the tourism industry, promising to liaise with other big chefs in world to sell The Gambia. He announced his acceptance of the special invitation extended to him by the minister and The Gambia Tourism Board to grace the upcoming national food festival slated for February next year.
The master chef who is in town courtesy of the group “What African Chefs Can Do” in collaboration with The Gambia Chefs Association has also held cookery demonstrations with students of the culinary fraternity where he shared his experience with them.]]>