Bath's Chef v Chef competition is back
by Dan Izzard
08 January 2019
Have you got what it takes to be crowned champion?
Set-up back in 2006 by Catering Services International, Bath college and the B&NES initiative, Chef v Chef pits local cooks against each other to see who can create the most impressive dishes under pressure.
The competition is split into two sections; one aimed at professionals chefs, and a second group that encourages students to push themselves to new levels.
This year the pros have to produce two courses featuring guinea fowl, whilst the students will be judged on both their kitchen and restaurant skills. Andrew Berman, managing director of Catering Services International is eager to see the best of Bath battle it out.
“We have a phenomenal pool of talented chefs throughout the region and Chef v Chef is the ideal platform to showcase their culinary excellence,” says Andrew. “Entries are open to all, creating a very diverse competition.”
The competition will be hosted at Bath College with cash prizes on offer as well as the chance to secure work experience in a two Michelin starred restaurant in Cambridge. Up for the challenge? Entries close on 25 January. All the details can be found here.
CALLING ALL LOCAL CHEFS! Professionals and students!— Catering Services International (@CatServInt) January 7, 2019
Chef v Chef entries are now open!https://t.co/F280mvSo2C
CASH prizes and a chance for work experience in a TWO MICHELIN STARRED restaurant!
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