RIYADH: Saudi scholar Huthaifa Mohammed Al-Hamwi has taken first place in a culinary competitors organized by the College of North Alabama within the US.
Al-Hamwi, a scholar on the college’s culinary arts division, is enrolled within the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques scholarship program, the Saudi Press Company reported on Wednesday.
The competitors spanned three months and noticed 12 college students of varied nationalities vying for victory.
Al-Hamwi is among the many high college students within the main, just lately launched by the Ministry of Training in alignment with Saudi Imaginative and prescient 2030, which supplies assist to promising sectors.
He recommended the efforts of the cultural attache on the Saudi Embassy within the US for facilitating his enrollment.
Al-Hamwi graduated from technical school within the Makkah area with a significant in tourism and lodge administration, and gained intensive expertise in Saudi Arabia earlier than going to Alabama.
This included working in resorts across the Grand Mosque and coaching beneath the King Abdullah Financial Metropolis program, which was supported by Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, adviser to King Salman and governor of Makkah.
Al-Hamwi ranked among the many high 10 achievers in this system.
He stated he had satisfied the culinary arts division in Alabama to incorporate dishes akin to kabsa and moussaka alongside different worldwide cuisines, with the objective of selling Saudi delicacies on the college.