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Budding chefs: The Arbroath Rotarians pose for a picture before the chaos began. They are, from left - Jamie Buchan, Ian Lorimer, Jon Bruce, Jonny Booth, Lol Scragg, Gregor McGillivray, chairman Malcolm Scott and James Easton.

Budding chefs: The Arbroath Rotarians pose for a picture before the chaos began. They are, from left - Jamie Buchan, Ian Lorimer, Jon Bruce, Jonny Booth, Lol Scragg, Gregor McGillivray, chairman Malcolm Scott and James Easton.

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ARBROATH Round Table took a night off from their usual charity work as they relocated to Angus College’s kitchens.

The Tablers took part in ‘Cook a Curry’ night which saw them play culinary chicken as they cooked a curry from scratch and ate it.

There were moments of stress, hilarity and danger as the nine self-confessed ‘useless’ men cooked spicy rice, butter nut cashew chicken and onion bhajis.

Organiser of the night was Arbroath Tabler Gregor McGillivray. He said: “We had a great night learning how to fend for ourselves.

“Ailsa, our instructor for the evening in the dark arts of the kitchen, did a brilliant job of teaching nine guys how to cook a tasty meal in less than two hours.”

Round Table is an organisation for men aged 18 to 45 and new faces are always welcome to come along and see for themselves what it’s all about.

The programme is wide and varied and people are invited to get in touch and attend a meeting or two with absolutely no obligation to join. For more information contact 07932008191.