Saudi Gazette report
ALABAMA, US — Saudi scholar Hudhayfah Al-Hamawi has bagged first prize in a world culinary competitors organized by the College of North Alabama in america.
On account of Al-Hamawi’s endeavors, the college division added Saudi Kabsa and Moussaka dishes to the curricula of the college. Al-Hamawi mentioned that he succeeded in convincing the division so as to add Saudi delicacies to the worldwide delicacies topic, represented by Saudi Kabsa and Saudi Moussaka salad, as a part of his effort to introduce the Saudi meals tradition in america.
Al-Hamawi is pursuing increased research beneath the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Overseas Scholarship Program within the Division of Culinary Arts Administration on the College of North Alabama. He emerged winner of the primary prize within the three-month lengthy culinary competitors, by which 12 college students from totally different nationalities around the globe participated.
Al-Hamawi is taken into account as one of many excellent college students within the fashionable specialization of culinary arts that the Ministry of Training has included within the new specializations consistent with the Kingdom’s Imaginative and prescient 2030. He lauded the efforts of the Saudi cultural attaché on the Saudi embassy in Washington, which enabled him to affix this specialization, though he had graduated from the Technical School within the Makkah area within the area of tourism and hospitality.
Al-Hamawi had huge experiences in culinary specialization, principally in inns close to the Grand Mosque in Makkah, earlier than leaving for the US for increased research beneath the overseas scholarship program.
He additionally had undergone coaching in a program at King Abdullah Financial Metropolis, supported by Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, emir of Makkah and advisor to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques by which he emerged among the many high 10.