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Chef Adventures in India

Eden and Celia with trophy

Eden Frank wins Young Chef Olympiad Ambassador's Award

Eden enrolled in our Cookery Level 3 and 4 programme direct from St Kents in 2018 and has just returned from the Young Chef Olympiadin Kolkata, India where he picked up the Ambassador's Trophy. Fifty countries travelled in India to test their skills over three rounds of competitions. Eden made it to the final where ten candidates had to develop their own recipes from a limited choice of ingredients. France won the gold medal.

His menu 

Salmon, two ways with Lemon Beurre Blanc, Ginger & Tulsi pickle, Tulsi oil

Potato Croquettes with Pumpkin Seed & Almond crust

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Quinoa, Chocolate & Clove, Raisin Cake with Papaya & Apple Salpicon

 

Finalists on stage

The Finalist on stage waiting for the results. Eden is to the right side.

Winner

The winner of the Young Chef Olympiad competition, Cyrene Randrianasolo from France. Here she is holding the 22 kilo gold trophy.

 

Team Fiji

We made great friends with Team Fiji:  Mentor Anish Lal with chef student Ana Tau Tawanakoro.

Finalist on Bus2

Heading to the finals of the competition with the 10 country finalists.

Cyrene Randrianasolo, FRANCE;  Bogdan-Alin Vandici, ROMANIA

Luke Hayward, ENGLAND;  Jordan McKenzie, SCOTLAND

Valery Jane Anthony, PHILLIPINES;  Eden Frank, NEW ZEALAND

Henry Tan Ming, SINGAPORE;  Mona Hasan Ramouni, JORDAN

Tian Xu Dai, USA;  Amy Hobson, SWEDEN

 

Toque d'Or Cookery Competition 2018

Back in July 2018, Eden was part of our team that won silver and gold medals at the Nestle Toque d'Or cookery competitions which see leading culinary institutions battle it out on the stoves.

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CHEF FINN GYBEL  Originally from Denmark, Finn trained as a chef in leading Danish restaurants before heading to New Zealand with his family two years ago.

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Celia Hay

Celia Hay's great love of delicious food, fine wine and the art of hospitality led her to establish Hay's Restaurant in 1994 and the New Zealand School of Food and Wine in 1995 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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