Wessex Salon Culinaire set for April 2013

03 December 2012 by
Wessex Salon Culinaire set for April 2013

Chefs are once again invited to put their skills to the test at the next Wessex Salon Culinaire, which will take place at Brockenhurst College, in the New Forest National Park (3-4 April 2013).

Held in association with the Craft Guild of Chefs, it is regarded as a good platform for student chefs wanting competition experience.

The 2013 competition will be split into four categories: Live Hot, Live Cold, Restaurant and Display, with scores of classes in each category for entrants to choose from, including a British game main course in the Live Hot section right through to napkin folding in the Display.

Entry forms are available via cgc@proactivecommunications.co.uk ](mailto:cgc@proactivecommunications.co.uk)or by calling 020 8948 3870. Deadline for entries is 1 March 2013.

For more information visit [www.craftguildofchefs.org](http://www.craftguildofchefs.org)

By Lisa Jenkins

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