I own and run Hungry Communications and we organise the PR for the Country Range Student Chef Challenge - a prestigious cooking competition for full time catering students in the UK. The competition provides huge benefits to students and colleges.
Following an enthralling final played under the watchful eye of a live exhibition audience at Hotelympia on Wednesday 7th March, City of Glasgow College fought off fierce competition from nine other colleges to scoop the prestigious Country Range Student Chef Challenge crown.
Following the completion of three highly-competitive semi-final heats where student chefs were tasked with cooking a three-course, three-cover menu around the theme of ‘Around the World in Three Spices’, ten college teams have been revealed as finalists for the prestigious Country Range Student Chef Challenge final.
With the deadline for entries fast approaching on the 15th December, Country Range Student Chef Challenge Manager Emma Holden has issued a final call to student chef hopefuls looking to add some spice to their career prospects.
With many college tutors and students struggling with heavy workloads in the lead up to Christmas, the Craft Guild of Chef’s Chris Basten has helped ease the pressure for many after announcing that the deadline for the Country Range Student Chef Challenge is to be extended until the 15th December.
After his meteoric rise from plumber to chef at Outlaw at the Capital, 2016 Country Range Student Chef Challenge finalist Sean Comiskey is imploring more students to enter this year’s challenge before the 30th November deadline.
With the title being won by all-female teams in the previous two years, Coral Rose, Managing Director of the Country Range Group is urging more girls to enter the Student Chef Challenge to continue to help level the playing field in the often male-dominated professional kitchens.
With the new college year underway and the Country Range Student Chef Challenge officially open for entries, star lecturer chefs Annmarie Farr and Darren Creed are banging the competition drum and encouraging more catering colleges and students to sign up.
After a whirlwind 18 months, Loughborough College’s young hotshot chef Emily Bucknall is now embarking on the next step of her professional cookery development after being snapped up by the two star Michelin - Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms.
One of the most prestigious competitions in the student catering calendar, the Country Range Student Chef Challenge, has officially launched for 2018 with the contest now open for lecturers and students to register for an entry pack.
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