Junior Australian Champion Master Chef competition underway
Isabella Bliss, winner of Junior Master Chef Australia, and her twin sister, Sofia Bliss, visited the University of Ciputra Surabaya to share their experience during the race and show their cooking skill.
Isabella Bliss, winner of Junior Master Chef Australia (season 1) and her twin sister, Sofia Bliss, 4th Junior Master Chef Australia (season 1) 13-year-old, visited the University of Ciputra Surabaya for the sharing of experience during the race and show their cooking skills in a short time.
Appearing in front 500 students at the University of Ciputra, Isabella and Sofia show their skill cooking process "Pettole", which is Italian Doughnut. The cooking process is completed within approximately 45 minutes.
They look very proficient and skillful in processing the food materials that exist.
Isabella and Sofia came at the invitation of the University of Ciputra University, majoring in Entrepreneurship Creative Industries and Business Science. "Here they share their experiences about the process of self-reliance, mental toughness, creativity, innovation, and the ability to calculate risk. Those things are above acritical point in shaping the character of a entepreneur," the statement Freddy H. Istanto, Dean of the Faculty of Creative Industries Entepreneur Ciputra University, Surabaya.