Academy of Culinary Arts to stage cook-off to find next Bocuse d’Or UK candidate.

By Luke Nicholls

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The candidate judged to have prepared the best dish will go through to the Bocuse d’Or European final in Brussels next March.
The candidate judged to have prepared the best dish will go through to the Bocuse d’Or European final in Brussels next March.
The Academy of Culinary Arts has confirmed the two chefs who will take part in a cook-off to become the next candidate to represent the UK at the Bocuse d'Or contest.

Adam Bennett from Simpsons in Birmingham and Martin Hollis from Gleneagles will be competing in the Bocuse d’Or UK cook-off on 29 September.

Both have been briefed to create dishes using sole and shrimps as well as Label Rouge blue-legged chicken - the key ingredients selected for the European heats of the Bocuse d'Or held in Belgium next year.

The judging panel includes Academy president Brian Turner CBE and chairman John Williams, executive chef at the Ritz London.

The chef judged to have prepared the best dish will go through to the Bocuse d’Or European final in Brussels on 20 and 21 March 2012.

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