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Vegetarian Chef of the Future competition opens for entries

By Becky Paskin , 09-Mar-2010

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The Vegetarian Society’s Chef of the Future competition is now open for entries, and is inviting chefs to submit a meat-free three-course menu for the chance to win a Cordon Vert Diploma scholarship

The competition will run as part of National Vegetarian Week 2010 (24-30 May)

The competition will run as part of National Vegetarian Week 2010 (24-30 May)

The Vegetarian Society’s 2010 Chef of the Future competition is now open for entries, and is inviting chefs to submit a meat-free three-course menu for the chance to win a Cordon Vert Diploma scholarship.

 

Won last year by joint winners Eddie Shepard and Barry Tonkinson, the competition is open to both meat-eaters and vegetarians alike, and will culminate in a live cook-off final at the Vegetarian Society headquarters in Cheshire on 27 May.

 

Entry forms are available from www.nationalvegetarianweek.org , and must be submitted by 23 April.

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