Chefs of Tomorrow 2009
31 Dec 2008
Once again entries are invited for the Guild of Food Writer’s annual CookIt! and WriteIt! competitions from children and students between 10 and 18 years of age.
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Once again entries are invited for the Guild of Food Writer’s annual CookIt! and WriteIt! competitions from children and students between 10 and 18 years of age. These hotly contested competitions are a great way of encouraging the younger generation to have a greater interest in good food, something the members of the Guild of Food Writers feel passionate about.
The CookIt! competition is open to all young cooks aged between 10 and 14 years of age. The theme for 2009 is High Five!’ and entrants are asked to create a delicious two-course family meal using five or more different fruit and vegetables. The importance of eating fruit and vegetables is well known, but the judges will be looking for entrants that can really show just how delicious they are too!
The six finalists will be invited to London, with all expenses paid, on Thursday 4th June 2009, where in the kitchens of the BBC Good Food Magazine, they will prepare their meals for a panel of judges including Xanthe Clay of the Saturday Telegraph and author of Recipes to Know by Heart and Mike Robinson, of The Pot Kiln in Berkshire. There will be some great prizes to be won and the final will also feature in a future edition of ‘BBC Good Food Magazine’. Closing date for entries is Thursday 23 April 2009.
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