Winner of the Knorr Scottish Chef of the Year named

By BigHospitality Writer

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The winner of the Knorr Scottish Chef of the Year has been named as Pamela Fowlis, a chef lecturer at Adam Smith College in Glenrothes. Fowlis is the first woman to win the title, beating nine other finalists in a live cook-off in the ScotHot ...

The winner of the Knorr Scottish Chef of the Year has been named as Pamela Fowlis, a chef lecturer at Adam Smith College in Glenrothes. Fowlis is the first woman to win the title, beating nine other finalists in a live cook-off in the ScotHot competition theatre.

The grand finalists were challenged to create a four-course meal for four in three hours, which were then judged by a panel including Joe Queen, President of the Federation of Chefs Scotland, William Pike, Executive Chef of Lochgreen House Hotel, and Andrew Fairlie. Fowlis was awarded an engraved decanter and £2,500 in prize money.

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