- Roots Collegium Chairman B.P. Padala participated in cake mixing ceremony along with students
- Suresh Kale, Corporate Chef, and Ramakrishna, CDC, Hyatt Place congratulated the students for the ceremony which was celebrated welcoming the Christmas and New Year season
Hyderabad : With Christmas and New Year season round the corner, Roots College of Hotel Management & Culinary Arts students, staff, and chairman B.P. Padala participated in a cake-mixing ceremony at their campus inSomajiguda. The event was celebrated with a lot of joy and happiness with students from the college thronging their way to participate in the tradition.
Guests of honours, Suresh Kale, Corporate chef, and Ramakrishna, CDC, Hyatt place were also present during the ceremony and guided the students on how to do cake mixing.
Speaking on this occasion Shri.B.P.Padala, Chairman, of Roots Collegium said, “We are delighted to have two professionals chef’s Suresh Kale and Ramakrishna with us for this cake mixing ceremony. Like every year, students from our college are very enthusiastic to participate in the cake-mixing ceremony. We will be conducting more of such events for a better engagement amongst our students.”
Ramakrishna, CDC, Hyatt Place said “This culture of cake mixing has been one of the prominent things in India now and I get to see many youngsters are part of it. The practice of cake mixing is an age-old tradition where lots of dry fruits, nuts, grains, and spices are combined together to form a mixture. This mixture is then soaked in alcoholic blends for some days to let them soak all the flavors and aromas. I am so glad to be part of this spectacle where in ROOTS college students have shown so much excitement in this event”.
Suresh Kale, Corporate Chef said, “I am very happy to see student’s participation in the cake mixing event. It is such a lovely traditional ceremony where you do not just make preparations for the upcoming festival, but also get the opportunity to share the joy of welcoming the Christmas and New year festive spirit. I hope this tradition of cake mixing and sharing it with near and dear will continue for students of ROOTS College”.
Students and staff were seen enjoying and actively participating in the cake-mixing ceremony. The cake which will be ready soon before the festival will be shared amongst the students and well-wishes of ROOTS college in Hyderabad.