The Boys in the Kitchen

Rattey, Julie L.
November 2006
Catholic Digest;Nov2006, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p86
The article provides information on the role of the Missionaries of Africa in helping two men in Lusaka, Zambia finish their high school education and develop their cooking skills. The two men were convinced to finish their high school after one of the missionary priest offered them to work as cooks for the missionaries. After finishing trade school, the two also got jobs as professional chefs.


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