Judges announce semi finalists and finalists for South West Chef of the Year 2017

Who is going to win the title this year?

Judges announce semi finalists and finalists for South West Chef of the Year 2017

By Abigail Leighton Boyce

11 August 2017

Following a nail-biting series of opening rounds, the panel of judges for South West Chef of the Year 2017 has now selected its semi-finalists and finalists for this prestigious competition. Championed by Michael Caines MBE, South West Chef of the Year has been showcasing and supporting exceptional, culinary talent in the peninsula for the last 14 years. The competition attracts home cooks, youngsters aged from 11 years and student/apprentice, young professional and professional chefs. This year, for the first time, the winner of Devon Life’s Home Cook of the Year has received automatic entry into the South West Chef of the Year Home Cook category final. Emy Mordue of Exeter will pit her skill and imagination against four other finalists hailing from Dorset, Devon and Gloucestershire.

As well as offering culinary enthusiasts and passionate professionals in the region the opportunity to cook for some of the South West’s best chefs, including Lympstone Manor’s Michael Caines, the competition provides a spring board for emerging talent. South West Chef of the Year also aims to champion the region’s exceptional produce, celebrate its creativity and promote professional cooking as an exciting and satisfying career choice.

Visit the South West Chef website for the full shortlist.

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