Competition launched to find best game chef
THE search is on to find Merseyside's best amateur game
chef. The CLA Game Fair and The Field magazine have launched a Game
Chef of the Year competition, to find 2 'undiscovered' chefs who
enjoy cooking with game meats and reflect the great British countryside through
4 finalists will be chosen to cook in front of a live audience at the CLA Game Fair, which takes place at Harewood House near Leeds from Friday, 31 July 2015, until Sunday, 2 August 2015.
CLA North Regional Director Dorothy Fairburn said:- "This is a great opportunity for us to shine a spotlight on the region's culinary expertise when the CLA Game Fair returns to the North of England this summer. Whether it's a sumptuous slow cooked venison stew or a glorious grouse salad we want to see all of the best recipes from Merseyside's up and coming chefs."
The competition will be judged by the editor of The Field Jonathan Young and Mike Robinson, the UK's leading game chef and owner of the Pot Kiln in Berkshire and the Michelin starred Harwood Arms in London.
It is open to chefs aged 18 years or over who are 'unrecognised' by the judging panel. Entrants must send in a photo, a credentials summary and a unique recipe.
Editor of The Field, Jonathan Young, added:- "Game has never been so popular. It's easy to cook well, extremely good value and low in cholesterol. And since we're lucky enough in Britain to have an abundance we want as many people as possible to make it part of their normal diet."
Entries should be emailed to:- firstname.lastname@example.org, by Tuesday, 30 June 2015. For more details, please visit:- GameFair.Co.UK