Craft Guild of Chefs launches 2013 graduate awards

By Peter Ruddick

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The Craft Guild of Chefs has launched its annual Graduate Awards for 2013
The Craft Guild of Chefs has launched its annual Graduate Awards for 2013
The Craft Guild of Chefs has launched its annual graduate awards as it hunts for the top working chefs under the age of 23.

The scheme, launched in 2003, offers successful finalists an opportunity to be mentored by top UK chefs.

To become a Craft Guild of Chefs Graduate, chefs need to complete an email entry, pass a regional cooking test and take a final cooking exam judged by a panel led by Paul Gayler from The Lanesborough who is this year’s chairman of examiners.

Vice president of the Craft Guild of Chefs Steve Munkley said: “Now we are in our 11th​ year, we have built up a great group of former winners, and to give them the opportunity to meet up, share experiences and network, we are also introducing an annual reunion for our alumni.”

Five out of 12 candidates achieved the 85 per cent grade last year – the winners and the highest achiever will be named in September.

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