Channel Islands Chef of the Year

Channel Islands Chef of the Year
22/05/2013 06:38:32
Alaska Seafood is currently working with the Craft Guild of Chefs on a recipe design competition for UK chefs.

It is looking for entrants to create a modern main course dish for four persons using wild Alaskan black cod or sockeye salmon.

From the paper entries, the Craft Guild of Chefs will choose four finalists who will be asked to reproduce them at Westminster Kingsway Catering College, in a live cook off on February 7. Dishes will be judged by the Craft Guild, who will be looking for innovative use of the fish, with complimentary accompaniments.

The winner will experience a seafood cookery course at the Michelin starred Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, overseen by renowned chef Raymond Blanc, and will also go on to cook their Alaska Seafood dish at the Craft Guild’s Skillery at Hotelympia 2012 at ExCeL in London between February 26 and March 1

Competition news

Fri, 27/04/2012
Two Guernsey chefs took top honours in the Channel Islands Chef of the Year competition held at the Guernsey College of Further Education from April 19-20.
Wed, 30/11/2011
An elated Culinary Academy returned home from the Villeroy & Boch Culinary World Cup in Luxembourg with four silver medals. The 10 strong team also picked up four bronze medals and two diplomas.
Fri, 21/01/2011
Devon chef Dez Turland crowned the Vive le Cheese regional recipe champion
Thu, 05/05/2011
Guernsey chefs came tops in the Channel Islands Chef of the Year challenge with commis chef Thomas Edwards, aged 26, from the island's Bella Luce Hotel taking the crown in the seniors final.

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