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21st May 2013

The Craft Guild of Chefs' Graduate Awards 2013 open up more opportunities for young chefs

Written by: Admin
Mentoring from top chefs, 'foodie' trips for finalists and an annual reunion for alumni are up for grabs for high achievers of the Craft Guild of Chefs' annual Graduate Awards examinations.
Now in its second decade, these awards offer working chefs under the age of 23 the chance to prove they really are at the cutting edge, and this year it incorporates a host of new incentives.It has also been confirmed that renowned chef Paul Gayler, who is known for his Eurasian cuisine as executive chef at London's Lanesborough Hotel, is this year's chairman of examiners.Craft Guild vice president and organiser, Steve Munkley, said the awards were evolving and the new elements built on 11 successful years of celebrating the best young chefs.