SOME journalists from across the media landscape will tomorrow briefly trade their notebooks and pens for kitchen utensils, as they battle for honours at a media cook-off hosted by Pick n Pay Battle of the Chefs in Harare.
BY ARTS REPORTER
TM Pick n Pay Battle of the Chefs’ executive producer, Joseph Bunga said there will be two exciting, but intense rounds that the teams will go through at the cook-off expected to start around 9am and end around 2pm at Pick n Pay Battle of the Chefs studio.
“The TM Pick n Pay media cook off is a way of giving the media an experience that they would not normally have and the thrills and excitement of being in the TM Battle of the Chefs kitchen.
“It also allows us to familiarise the media with the brand more using hands on experience,” he said.
Bunga said prizes for the winners include a hamper and a private dinner in the winners’ home hosted by battle of Chef Cola.
At the event, NewsDay will be represented by reporters Winstone Antonio and Precious Chida.