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By Fiona Reid
Carole shares her best brownies

GOOEY, fudgy, decadent, nutty, fruity or drizzled with sticky caramel . . . a good brownie is hard to resist.

But the best can be a faff to make (if you want to make sure you end up with a true brownie complete with papery top and not an over-baked sponge).

However, a chef lecturer at Dumfries and Galloway College has come up with an award-winning recipe created specifically for use by campers.

An oven is still required, so only the most prepared tent-dwellers could recreate Carole McShane’s brownies.

But the award comes from the Camping and Caravan Club’s Club Master Chef Competition 2021 and is perfect for caravan use.

Carole is a long-term lover of caravanning, and her brownies wowed the judges and have been included in a cookbook published by the club.

She was also awarded a new barbecue set for her success.

COOK . . . Carol is a college lecturer locally

Dumfries and Galloway College is proud of Carole and has sent its congratulations to her for her achievement.

Principal Joanna Campbell said: “I’d like to send my personal congratulations to Carole for her win in this competition.
“She is an incredibly talented and creative chef and entirely deserves this award.
“Carole is a real asset to our hospitality team and we’re happy to join with her in celebrating her success.”

The chef has an active Instagram account (@carole.and.her.caravan) and is active in the online staycation community, where she regularly shares her ideas, hints, and tips for whipping up delicious treats while on holiday.

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