The first workshop of the series was conducted today of Oriental Sweets. The inaugural session was also attend by notable motivational speaker, Mr Qasim Ali Shah who spoke to the class about the process he took for his company to reach the growth when it comes to hospitality.
The students asked pointed questions around the impact of mentors, developing role of skills in education and deepening connections and collaboration between the corporate and educational sector, how to keep going after failure, and insight into staying motivated each day.
Meanwhile, European trained chef imparted training to the students to enable them to work in professional oriental sweets department and even open their own sweet store in future.
Chef Anwer Amin offered ideas for substitutions, tips for ahead of time cooking and freezing, along with stories from his homeland. Oriental cuisine is healthy, delicious and based on thousands years of culinary heritage.
Speaking on the occasion, the founder and CEO of COTHM Mr. Ahmad Shafiq said that the oriental food and culture has a significant place not only in Pakistan, but also in the whole world ,adding food is fundamental in any civilization.
He said that the COTHM will now regularly organize workshops to introduce authentic oriental cuisine to students and interest of students in these current classes is a proof that oriental food is flourishing in Pakistan.