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Results from the Global Chefs Challenge Pacific Regional Semi-Final

Paris, France · 28 June 2019: Results from the Global Chefs Challenge Pacific Regional Semi-Final

The Pacific Regional Semi-Final for the Global Chefs Challenge was held in Melbourne, Australia, 23rd June 2019. Selected through champion performance at national competitions, participating teams representing Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and the Cook Islands competed to show their mastery in culinary arts through three competition categories: Global Chefs Challenge, Global Pastry Chefs Challenge, and Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy.
 
Organized by Worldchefs and the Australian Culinary Federation, the competition was held alongside the Foodservice Australia Trade Show 2019. To view photos of the event, visit our photo album here
Winning teams head to the Finals at Worldchefs Congress & Expo in St. Petersburg, Russia! Catch all of the action live at Worldchefs Congress 2020, July 28 – 31. For tickets to the Global Chefs Challenge final and complete access to Congress & Expo events, register now at www.worldchefscongress.org
GLOBAL CHEFS CHALLENGE PACIFIC SEMI-FINAL RESULTS BY CATEGORY:
Global Chefs Challenge
  • Winner: Fiji, Navneet Reddy Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, Gold Medal
  • Runner Up: Australia, Mathew Lee From Brisbane CEC, Silver Medal 
  • 3rd Place: New Zealand, Eric Lim from Chillingworth Rd New Zealand, Silver Medal
  • 4th Place: Cook Islands, Ngattopuna Williams Le Bon Vivant Cook Islands, Bronze Medal
Global Pastry Chefs Challenge
  • Winner: Fiji, Muni Vikash Chetty from Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, Bronze Medal
  • Runner Up: New Zealand, Ganesh Khedekar from NZMA New Zealand, Bronze Medal
Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy
  • Winner: New Zealand, Cole McDonald from Prohibition Smokehouse & Vault 21 New Zealand, Silver Medal
  • Runner Up: Fiji, Ravinesh Prasad from Marriot Momi Bay Resort Fiji, Silver Medal
  • 3rd Place: Australia, Rebecca Merhi from The Star Sydney, Silver Medal
  • 4th Place: Cook Islands, William Pokino from Seafood Man Cook Islands, Bronze Medal
Country teams who qualified for the Global Chefs Challenge Final through top placement at the 2018 Culinary World Cup and Regional Global Chefs Challenge Semi-Finals are listed below:
Global Chefs Challenge
  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Singapore
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Taiwan
  • Russia
  • Wales
Pacific Semi-Final qualifying teams: Fiji.
Global Pastry Chefs Challenge
  • China
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Singapore
  • Sweden
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States
  • Russia
Pacific Semi-Final qualifying teams: Fiji.
Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy
  • China
  • Czech Republic
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
  • United States
Pacific Semi-Final qualifying teams: New Zealand.
Congratulations to all competitors who participated. Thank you, Chefs, for your dedication and drive that keep culinary competitions vibrant.
The Australian Culinary Federation and Worldchefs thank the Food Service Australia Trade Show organizers for hosting a fantastic competition. Also special thanks for the exceptional organization from the Federation for this event and the great support from Ms. Deb Foreman.
Continued gratitude to our competition sponsors: Nestlé Professional, Les vergers Boiron, Dilmah Tea, and the VanDrie Group for their continued support and rich contributions to the Global Chefs Challenge and Worldchefs community. 
The next Semi-Final for the Global Chefs Challenge will be the Africa & Middle East regional selection, held in Pretoria, South Africa, 29 July – 1 August, 2019. To learn more about the Global Chefs Challenge and the Road to St. Petersburg, visit www.globalchefschallenge.org.
                                                  
                                                   
ABOUT WORLDCHEFS 
The World Association of Chefs’ Societies, known as Worldchefs, is a dynamic global network of 110 chef associations worldwide. A leading voice in the hospitality industry, Worldchefs carries 91 years of history since its founding at the Sorbonne by the venerable Auguste Escoffier. Representing a mobilized international membership of culinary professionals, Worldchefs is committed to advancing the profession and leveraging the influence of the chef jacket for the betterment of the industry and humanity at large.
Worldchefs is dedicated to raising culinary standards and social awareness through these core focus areas:
Education – Worldchefs offers support for education and professional development through the landmark Worldchefs Academy online training program, our expansive network of Worldchefs Certified Schools and curriculums, and the world’s first Global Hospitality Certification recognizing on-the-job skills in hospitality; 
Networking – Worldchefs provides a platform for connection to chefs around the world, and a gateway for industry networking opportunities through endorsed events and the preeminent biennial Worldchefs Congress & Expo;
Competition – Worldchefs sets global standards for competition rules, provides Competition Seminars and assurance of Worldchefs Certified Judges, and runs the prestigious Global Chefs Challenge;
Humanitarian & Sustainability – our Feed the Planet and World Chefs Without Borders programs relieve food poverty, deliver crisis support, and promote sustainability across the globe.
For more information about Worldchefs, visit us at www.worldchefs.org.

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Results from the Global Chefs Challenge Asia Regional Semi-Final

Paris, France· 3 June 2019: Results from the Global Chefs Challenge Asia Regional Semi-Final

The Asia Regional Semi-Final for the Global Chefs Challenge was held in Bangkok, Thailand, 28th  May – 1st June 2019. Selected through champion performance at national competitions across the continent, participating teams competed to show their mastery in culinary arts through three competition categories: Global Chefs Challenge, Global Pastry Chefs Challenge, and Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy.
 
Organized by Worldchefs and the Thailand Chefs Association, the competition was held alongside the 8th edition of the Thailand Ultimate Chef Challenge (TUCC) at THAIFEX – World of Food Asia 2019. To view photos of the event, visit our photo album here
Winning teams head to the Finals at Worldchefs Congress & Expo in St. Petersburg, Russia! Catch all of the action live at Worldchefs Congress 2020, July 28 – 31. For tickets to the Global Chefs Challenge final and complete access to Congress & Expo events, register now at www.worldchefscongress.org
GLOBAL CHEFS CHALLENGE ASIA SEMI-FINAL RESULTS BY CATEGORY:
*For scores and results for every competitor, view the attached PDF.
Global Chefs Challenge
  • Winner: Taiwan, Chef Chia Ho Li
  • 1st Runner Up: Philippines, Chef Gerhard Oscar A. Gendrano
  • 2nd Runner Up: Thailand, Chef Teerapat Teeyasoontranon
Global Pastry Chefs Challenge
  • Winner: China, Chef Fang Qianqian
  • 1st Runner Up: Hong Kong, Chef Tsang King Man Simon
  • 2nd Runner Up: Malaysia, Chef Chong Wei Tzeh
Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy
  • Winner: China, Chef Wei Xiaoyue
  • 1st Runner Up: Philippines, Chef Greizel Faye O. Andot
  • 2nd Runner Up: Indonesia, Chef Adita Kusuma
Country teams who qualified for the Global Chefs Challenge Final through top placement at the 2018 Culinary World Cup and Regional Global Chefs Challenge Semi-Finals are listed below:
Global Chefs Challenge
  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Singapore
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
  • Wales
Asia Semi-Final qualifying teams: Taiwan.
Global Pastry Chefs Challenge
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Singapore
  • Sweden
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States
  • Russia
Asia Semi-Final qualifying teams: China.
Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy
  • Czech Republic
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
  • United States
Asia Semi-Final qualifying teams: China.
Congratulations to all competitors who participated. Thank you, Chefs, for your dedication and drive that keep culinary competitions vibrant.
The Thailand Chefs Association and Worldchefs thank the THAIFEX – World of Food Asia 2019 for supporting and hosting the a fantastic week of culinary competition. Also special thanks for the exceptional organization and great support from Koelnmesse for this event through Ms Lynn How. 
Continued gratitude to our competition sponsors: Nestlé Professional, Les vergers Boiron, Dilmah Tea, and the VanDrie Group for their continued support and rich contributions to the Global Chefs Challenge and Worldchefs community. 
The next Semi-Final for the Global Chefs Challenge will be the Pacific regional selection, held in Melbourne, Australia, the 23rd of June, 2019. To learn more about the Global Chefs Challenge and the Road to St. Petersburg, visit www.globalchefschallenge.org.
                                                  
                                                                     
ABOUT WORLDCHEFS 
The World Association of Chefs’ Societies, known as Worldchefs, is a dynamic global network of 110 chef associations worldwide. A leading voice in the hospitality industry, Worldchefs carries 91 years of history since its founding at the Sorbonne by the venerable Auguste Escoffier. Representing a mobilized international membership of culinary professionals, Worldchefs is committed to advancing the profession and leveraging the influence of the chef jacket for the betterment of the industry and humanity at large.
Worldchefs is dedicated to raising culinary standards and social awareness through these core focus areas:
Education – Worldchefs offers support for education and professional development through the landmark Worldchefs Academy online training program, our expansive network of Worldchefs Certified Schools and curriculums, and the world’s first Global Hospitality Certification recognizing on-the-job skills in hospitality; 
Networking – Worldchefs provides a platform for connection to chefs around the world, and a gateway for industry networking opportunities through endorsed events and the preeminent biennial Worldchefs Congress & Expo;
Competition – Worldchefs sets global standards for competition rules, provides Competition Seminars and assurance of Worldchefs Certified Judges, and runs the prestigious Global Chefs Challenge;
Humanitarian & Sustainability – our Feed the Planet and World Chefs Without Borders programs relieve food poverty, deliver crisis support, and promote sustainability across the globe.
For more information about Worldchefs, visit us at www.worldchefs.org.

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Results from the Global Chefs Challenge Americas Regional Semi-Final

Paris, France· 3 June 2019: Results from the Global Chefs Challenge Americas Regional Semi-Finals

The Americas Regional Semi-Finals for the Global Chefs Challenge were held in Toronto, Canada, 25 May 2019. Selected through champion performance at national competitions, participating teams representing Canada, the United States, Mexico, and Chile competed to show their mastery in culinary arts through three competition categories: Global Chefs Challenge, Global Pastry Chefs Challenge, and Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy.
 
Organized by Worldchefs and the Canadian Culinary Federation (CCF), the competition was held at Humber College in Toronto. To read an event write-up from Humber Today, visit this link. To view photos of the event, visit our photo album here
Winning teams head to the Finals at Worldchefs Congress & Expo in St. Petersburg, Russia! Catch all of the action live at Worldchefs Congress 2020, July 28 – 31. For tickets to the Global Chefs Challenge final and complete access to Congress & Expo events, register now at www.worldchefscongress.org

GLOBAL CHEFS CHALLENGE AMERICAS SEMI-FINAL RESULTS BY CATEGORY AND REGION:
Global Chefs Challenge
  • Gold: Canada, Chef Derick Flores
  • Silver: United States, Chef Todd Leonard
  • Bronze: Chile, Chef Homero Burgos
Global Pastry Chefs Challenge
  • Gold: United States, Chef William M. Racin
Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy
  • Gold: United States, Chef Utahna Selena Warren
  • Silver: Mexico, Chef Juan Jose Piimentel Vazquey
Country teams who qualified for the Global Chefs Challenge Final through top placement at the 2018 Culinary World Cup and Regional Global Chefs Challenge Semi-Finals are listed below:
Global Chefs Challenge
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Singapore
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
  • Wales
Americas Semi-Final qualifying teams: Canada
Global Pastry Chefs Challenge
  • Hungary
  • Italy
  • Singapore
  • Sweden
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Russia
Americas Semi-Final qualifying teams: United States.
Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy
  • Czech Republic
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Russia
Americas Semi-Final qualifying teams: United States.
Congratulations to all competitors who participated. Thank you, Chefs, for your dedication and drive that keep culinary competitions vibrant.
The Canadian Culinary Federation and Worldchefs thank Humber College and their fantastic team of professionals and volunteers for supporting and hosting the weekend of culinary competition. Special thanks to our competition sponsors: Nestlé Professional, Les vergers Boiron, Dilmah Tea, and the VanDrie Group for their continued support and rich contributions to the Global Chefs Challenge and Worldchefs community. 
The next Semi-Final for the Global Chefs Challenge will be the Pacific regional selection, held in Melbourne, Australia, the 23rd of June, 2019. To learn more about the Global Chefs Challenge and the Road to St. Petersburg, visit www.globalchefschallenge.org.
                                                  
                                                                                     
ABOUT WORLDCHEFS 
The World Association of Chefs’ Societies, known as Worldchefs, is a dynamic global network of 110 chef associations worldwide. A leading voice in the hospitality industry, Worldchefs carries 91 years of history since its founding at the Sorbonne by the venerable Auguste Escoffier. Representing a mobilized international membership of culinary professionals, Worldchefs is committed to advancing the profession and leveraging the influence of the chef jacket for the betterment of the industry and humanity at large.
Worldchefs is dedicated to raising culinary standards and social awareness through these core focus areas:
Education – Worldchefs offers support for education and professional development through the landmark Worldchefs Academy online training program, our expansive network of Worldchefs Certified Schools and curriculums, and the world’s first Global Hospitality Certification recognizing on-the-job skills in hospitality; 
Networking – Worldchefs provides a platform for connection to chefs around the world, and a gateway for industry networking opportunities through endorsed events and the preeminent biennial Worldchefs Congress & Expo;
Competition – Worldchefs sets global standards for competition rules, provides Competition Seminars and assurance of Worldchefs Certified Judges, and runs the prestigious Global Chefs Challenge;
Humanitarian & Sustainability – our Feed the Planet and World Chefs Without Borders programs relieve food poverty, deliver crisis support, and promote sustainability across the globe.
For more information about Worldchefs, visit us at www.worldchefs.org.

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Global Chefs Challenge Europe Regional Semi-Finals Begin in Rimini, Italy

Paris, France · 12 February 2019: Global Chef Challenge Regional Semi-Finals Begin in Rimini, Italy

Semi-Finals for the Global Chef Challenge begin this week in Rimini, Italy, 16-19 February 2019. Selected through top performance at national competitions throughout Europe, participating teams represent Europe North, Central, and South. Organized by Federazione Italiana Cuochi – FIC, the competition is in conjunction with Campionati della Cucina Italiana 2019.

Over the course of four days, competitors meet to show their mastery in the culinary arts through three competition categories: Global Chefs Challenge, Global Pastry Chefs Challenge, and Global Young Chefs Challenge – Hans Bueschkens Trophy. Competitors will be vying for a coveted opportunity to compete at the Global Chef Challenge Finals during the 2020 Worldchefs Congress in St. Petersburg, Russia, July 28-31, 2020.

Winning teams advance to the Finals to compete head to head against the Culinary World Cup qualifying teams.

Visit us at the Worldchefs booth, located in the Global Chef Challenge competition area.

To learn more about the Global Chef Challenge and the Road to St. Petersburg, visit www.globalchefschallenge.org.

To learn more about the Semi-Final event in Rimini, download the Booklet below or visit: https://bit.ly/2G1RVY7

To download the Semi-Final competition rule guide, click below.


About Worldchefs

The World Association of Chefs’ Societies (Worldchefs) is a leading voice in the hospitality industry, with 110 chef associations worldwide and 91 years of history since its first President, the venerable Auguste Escoffier. Representing a dynamic global network of chefs and culinary professionals across all levels and specialties, Worldchefs is dedicated to maintaining and improving culinary standards through these core focus areas:

Education – Worldchefs offers support for education and professional development through the landmark Worldchefs Academy online training program, our expansive network of Worldchefs Certified Schools and curriculums, and the world’s first Global Hospitality Certification recognizing on-the-job skills in hospitality;

Networking – Worldchefs provides a platform for connection to chefs around the world, and a gateway for industry networking opportunities through endorsed events and the preeminent biennial Worldchefs Congress & Expo;

Competition – Worldchefs sets global standards for competition rules, provides Competition Seminars and assurance of Worldchefs Certified Judges, and runs the prestigious Global Chefs Challenge;

Humanitarian & Sustainability – our Feed the Planet and World Chefs Without Borders programs relieve food poverty, deliver crisis support, and promote sustainability across the globe. For more information about Worldchefs, visit us at www.worldchefs.org.

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Global Chefs Challenge 2018 – Results Revealed!

  Global
Chefs Challenge 2018  – Results Revealed!

 

14 July 2018 – After two years of exciting national and
Continental selections, the finals of the Global Young Chefs Challenge, Global
Chefs Challenge and the Global Pastry Chefs Challenge took place at the
Worldchefs Congress & Expo from

12 – 14 July at the Kuala Lumpur
Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.




The winners who emerged from the days of intense competition are:
Jimmi Eriksson from Sweden (Global
Chefs Challenge),
Niall Larjala from
Finland, (Global Young Chefs Challenge),and
Lim Wei Hrn from Singapore (Global Pastry Chefs Challenge).

 

The format

 

The Global
Chefs Challenge
featured 18 countries, where competitors prepared a
four-course menu, each with 12 portions over two sessions.  Invited guests were invited to taste the
dishes at the competition arena, which was transformed into a pop-up
restaurant.

 

At the Global Young Chefs Challenge, ten teams from all over the world each prepared a 3-course menu, each
with 4 servings.

 

At the Global Pastry Chefs
Challenge,
10 top patissiers
created a chocolate centerpiece with a minimum height of 60cm
6 portions of plated desserts based on a
summer theme and a gateau of their choice.

 

Says chief judge, Gert Klotze, “The
competitors were put through a very stringent test. They had to be creative and
use the stipulated range of top quality ingredients provided by our
sponsors.  It was a good test of the
culinary techniques, discipline and also creativity. The standards were all
very high, and for each Global Chefs Challenge, we can see competitors
continually pushing themselves and exploring new boundaries.”



Thomas Gugler, President of Worldchefs adds, “The Global Chefs Challenges have
always been an integral part of the Congress. It is a platform Worldchefs have
developed to continually encourage and educate chefs to achieve perfection on
the plate. The response to the competition and the standards exhibited has
really been outstanding.”

The Full Results 

GLOBAL CHEFS CHALLENGE

        – 2nd runner – Kare Andre Hjartholm, Norway

        – 1st runner – Kristian Vuojarvi, Finland

        – Champion – Jimmi Eriksson, Sweden

GLOBAL PASTRY CHEFS CHALLENGE

        – 2nd runner – Marco Deidda, Italy

        – 1st runner – Loi Ming Ai, Malaysia

        – Champion – Lim Wei Hrn, Singapore

 

GLOBAL YOUNG CHEFS CHALLENGE Hans Bueschkens Trophy

        – 2nd runner – Aleksander Vartdal, Norway

        – 1st runner – Shayne McCrady, USA

        – Champion – Niall Larjala, Finland

 

BEST FISH AWARD

Kare Andre Hjartholm, Norway – Global Chefs Challenge

 

BEST MEAT (VEAL) AWARD

Aleksander Vartdal, Norway – Global Young Chefs Challenge

 

BEST MEAT (VEAL) AWARD 

Rahil Rathod, Canada – Global Chefs Challenge

 

BEST USE OF TEA 

Dammika Herath, UAE – Global Pastry Chefs Challenge

 

CONTINENTAL DIRECTOR MEDAL 

Jasmine Marie Nadres, Guam – Global Young Chefs Challenge

 

CONTINENTAL DIRECTOR MEDAL 

Raymond Fung, Macau – Global Pastry Chefs Challenge

 

For details of the competitions’ rules and regulations and products used, please refer to: 

https://www.globalchefschallenge.org/



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Worldchefs welcomes Vanille Vanille as sponsor for the Worldchefs Congress & Expo 2018

Worldchefs is delighted to announce that Vanille Vanille has joined as Program Partner for Congress and Expo 2018. 


Vanille Vanille is supplying its best Bourbon Vanilla Beans in bulk to online consumers, food and beverage professionals and industries, retailers as well industrials around the world.

Direct from Madagascar plantations, Vanille Vanille Beans are a Bourbon-variety with a bold and pronounced aroma and flavour profile. Organically grown and hand-selected for their freshness, Vanille Vanille Beans have a high moisture content resulting in a dark, glossy skin texture and colour.

 

“Having Vanille Vanille on board for the Worldchefs Congress and Expo is great honour for us. Their product organically grown and hand-selected really makes the difference for Chefs who want to offer their guest the real flavour of Vanilla! It is so important to have a so tasty partner for our Congress and Expo!” said Thomas Gugler, Worldchefs President.

 “Our partnership with Worldchefs is further evidence that we are a company delivery excellence at a global scale,” said Gianna PALMARO

 

Vanille Vanille Special collections of Vanilla beans is available for you at any time. Please visit: www.vanille-vanille.com


 

About Vanille Vanille

VANILLE VANILLE is a Family Business, since 1978, producer and exporter of one of the most famous spices of the Island of Madagascar, the Vanilla bean. 


Vanilla is well-known by all and used traditionally in desserts, cakes, ice creams…and also enrich flavors of food products such as chocolate, sugar, alcohol and even salt. 

As an experienced actor in the Vanilla market, despite the recent years price increase of Vanilla beans, we want to convey that, at VANILLE VANILLE, we are committed to ensure, one of the best quality Vanilla around the world. 

 

Contact

Gianna PALMARO

President

Vanille Vanille

Lot 471 ME Mandrosoa Ivato

apl@vanillevanille.c­om

Phone : +261 32 05 070 31

Phone :+261 34 15 840 39

 

About Worldchefs

 

The World Association of Chefs’ Societies, or Worldchefs in short, is a dynamic global network of more than 100 chefs associations representing chefs at all levels and across all specialties worldwide. It was founded in1928 at the Sorbonne in Paris with the venerable August Escoffier as first Honorary President.

Worldchefs is a global authority on food, creating impact through these core focus areas:

 

education – includes our landmark Recognition of Quality Culinary Education program and the world’s first global culinary certification;

 

networking – Worldchefs provides a gateway to global culinary networking opportunities and hosts the landmark biennial Worldchefs Congress & Expo;

 

competition – Worldchefs upholds a list of certified judges, sets global standards for competition rules, and runs the prestigious Global Chefs Challenge;

 

humanitarian & sustainability – our Feed the Planet and World Chefs Without Borders programs relieve food poverty, deliver crisis support, and promote sustainability across the globe;

 

Contact

 

Matthias BONNIN

Sales & Marketing Manager

WORLD ASSOCIATION OF CHEFS SOCIETIES – WORLDCHEFS LTD
Matthias@worldchefs.org 

mobile: + 33 (0) 6 25 58 42 35

office: + 33 (0) 1 80 06 58 30


www.worldchefs.org
www.worldchefs2018.org
www.howtofeedtheplanet.com

HQ: 15 Rue Tiquetonne, Paris, 75002

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Worldchefs Global Chefs Challenge: Rules are out !

Worldchefs Global Chefs Challenge 2018 Instructions
Competition instructions for Global Chefs Challenge, Young Chefs Challenge and Global Pastry Chefs Challenge.
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Charity Bakery by Myanmar Young Chefs

Inspired by the last years WORLDCHEFS slogan “Show Your Culinary Ability”, World Chefs Without Borders Myanmar showcased their skills and brought great joy and many sweet delights to the unfortunate ones in Yangon.

Furthermore, Young Chefs of Yangon in Myanmar brought the hats together for two rounds of Charity Bakery of cookies and Swiss carrot cakes. Guided by Chef Dominic, over 20 young Chefs and other young people came together to take part in a 2-day charity event.

Chefs from Traders Hotel Yangon, Park Royal Hotel, Summit Parkview Hotel, Le Planteur, Café`s Di Bar, Intl. Baking & Pastry Training Centre, The Myanmar Hospitality Training Centre, Chef of Savoy Hotel and Laguna Lodge – Lilli’s Bar and Costa Rica Chef Gunter H. Othero fixed the dates and split the teams into two, according to the free time of each Chef. However, thanks to the great support from Yangon Head Chefs, F&B Managers and owners, the Young Chefs had enough spare time to take part in the event.

Not only a good deed was done, but also all the participants experienced great times throughout two happy days of mixing, rolling, forming, cutting and baking, without the usual revenue and cost pressure as at the home hotels.

Joining sweet forces

Mrs. Wang Li Jun from Premium Food Distribution was quick to support the charity event and provide their Show Kitchen with all the facilities and utensils, as well as sponsored most of the ingredients needed. Additionally, Mr Bryan gave out Anchor Butter sponsored products, while eggs came from City Mart Yangon. Pastry Chefs Zaw Ghee and Aung Myo Lwin took the lead together with a help of several young students and some very young students of 8 and 12 years. Furthermore, Ko Thet and Mg Soe Thuta made faboulos sweet treats, while Chef Thurein was as usually the first at the spot to kick start with Chef Ghee on the first day of the session.

Sweet Dream Components:

Flour – 60 kg

Butter – 40 kg

Icing Sugar – 32 kg

Butter Unsalted – 40 kg

Salt – 200 g

Egg White – 500 no

Milk Powder – 6 kg

Vanilla Essence – 200 ml

MCA Sweet Delivery

Liaison Secretary & Co founder U Than Lwin and Lecturer Chef Than Win Chef Thurein together with Mrs Monar from Premium Food Distribution, Mrs Saw Myat from MCA Office and Chef Dominic arranged the delivery locations and brought the dishes at Little Sister Home for elder people and some orphanages at the outskirts of Yangon. MCA office arranged the delivery cars. 

Well done young Chefs of Myanmar at this second joint Cooking, Baking & Charity and greetings from MCA and Myanmar Chefs !

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