There is no goodbye to the end of the year without the youths of the Cathedral making out something magnificent. It's another end of the year Youth Week for St. Gregory Parish, the youths as expected were to come up with a one week intensive Youth program. It started with a football match, where each youth of the parish were grouped into teams. Emeka being the leader of Meridian group made the group the crown winner in all games. After a series of games from egg race, sax race to naija whot and Ludo. The fifth day of the competition was assigned for cooking. Where each of the four grouped houses are to come show off their cooking skills. Ken and Elena were selected to represent their house, "the Bliss" . !(https://images.ecency.com/DQmd39DsC2TXiUz97mLFr3cDQirxCrFAmwQD8EQUYKEfWS6/photo_1591189863430_ab87e120f312.jpeg)[source]( https://unsplash.com/photos/qPcSUERqBAc) The cooking competition was to last for 15 minutes. Ken and Elena with other competitors representing their houses began cooking. Ken was busy with the floor, making sure the kitchen environment is neat. The audience watching and applauding them were all laughing at Ken's interest on the floor rather than helping Elena in the cooking. The process was ongoing and other groups were all fast ahead of Ken and Elena but that didn't make Elena miss her goal of making a sumptuous meal. While others were already dishing out their food, Elena was boiling water for cassava flake. After five minutes of lateness, she rounded off the cooking, Ken was in the position to dish out the food as they planned it. He did it amazingly beautifully that left the audience wowing. After some moment of silence, the judges began the tasting of the dishes. The taste of the meal all came out delicious. But some were watery, some too thick, and some the meat wasn't tender. But after the tasting, the judges calculated the score and Ken and Elena won the other groups with 180 points. Their cleanliness was accounted to them as one thing that boosted their points coupled with the delicious outcome of their food. They went home with the cash prize as focus was just on one winner.