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PICTURE GALLERY: Reggae Reggae sauce chef and musician Levi Roots visits Bromley school

PUBLISHED: 10:12 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:28 15 March 2013

Levi Roots with Ravens Wood students Connor Kelly, 11, and Zac Weeden, 14

Levi Roots with Ravens Wood students Connor Kelly, 11, and Zac Weeden, 14

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Dragons’ Den star Levi Roots visited pupils in Bromley on Monday to teach them how to put some rhythm into their cooking.

The man behind Reggae Reggae sauce, and it’s catchy song, was mobbed by pupils at Ravens Wood School, in Oakley Road, where he spent the entire day.

He joined Catering Club and Chef Academy students in the kitchen to create some tasty chicken wraps, before giving business students a priceless insight into how he made his millions.

Briony Williamson, Ravens Wood’s enrichment administrator, said: “He went down very well with the students.

“He came along to out break and lunch, handing out free chicken wraps - so we had much larger numbers attending those as you can imagine.

“The students were enthralled by him and he showed them how he puts his love of music into cooking.”


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