Kim and her mother Kora share a love for food - and cooking - and are keen to show off their skills at this week's TAFE Industry Dinner.
The annual networking event being held this Tuesday night at The Barracks restaurant showcases the talents of the campus's commercial cookery and hospitality students.
Having a mother and daughter both studying in the TAFE Bega kitchen is a unique experience, for teachers and the pair of students alike.
"We're really enjoying it - we laugh a lot," Kim said.
They are both studying Certificate III in commercial cookery, with Kim in the second year of an apprenticeship, currently with Wheelers restaurant, and mum Kora working at the Eden Fishermen's Club.
But at home, it's mum who does all the cooking and cleaning, Kim admitted with a chuckle!
Along with their fellow students, they will be creating an Asian street food-themed seven-course degustation menu for Tuesday's Industry Dinner, involving 420 individual meals served to employers, students' families and invited guests.