Trendy Chef Competition in Poland
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Trendy Chef Competition in Poland


Le Cordon Bleu News, 05/03/2012

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Le Cordon Bleu London attends Trendy Chef Competition in Poland
Le Cordon Bleu London travelled to Bydgoszcz, Northern Poland, to attend the 2012 Trendy Chef competition held at the Hotel Sloneczny Mlyn on April 14th.
Chef Loïc Malfait, Academic Director of the school, was accompanied by European Marketing & Business Development Manager Sarah Santin. Chef Loïc is a jury member for the competition and both were invited as guests of honour.
A presentation on the school was provided by Le Cordon Bleu for competition entrants, alongside demonstrations from a number of companies in the culinary industry.
The competition aims to discover new talent and culinary personalities whilst demonstrating creative ideas and trends to drive forward Polish cuisine. Entrants came from across Poland and the rest of Europe with a background working in the finest restaurants to Michelin star standards.
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Trendy Chef Competition in Poland