Friday, 17 June 2016

COMPETITION BEGINS FOR THE JUNIOR CHEF OF THE 2016 TORONTO CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL

NEWS: COMPETITION BEGINS FOR THE JUNIOR CHEF OF THE 2016 TORONTO CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL
Think your child has got what it takes to be the first Junior Chef of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival? The Carnival and Grace Foods is asking junior chefs to put on their thinking toque blanches and wow the Carnival celebrity chef consultant Latoya Fagon with a recipe suitable for summer!
Children between the ages of 11 and 16 are eligible to take part in the Toronto Carnival's Junior Chef Culinary Competition The deadline for entries is June 23rd
“The competition provides a platform for young aspiring chefs to demonstrate their culinary skills and promote passion for healthy eating and lifestyle,” explained Denise Hererra-Jackson, the CEO of the Toronto Caribbean Carnival. “The competition is aimed at spreading Caribbean Gastronomic Culture by using local products with Caribbean flavours inspired by Grace Foods.”
Junior chefs must come up and cook a healthy choice recipe that uses at least one healthy Grace Product. The meal option is for lunch or dinner.
Ten junior chefs will be selected by the competition’s consulting celebrity chef
La-toya Fagon by June 27th to move on to a qualifying round where they, with professional help, will cook their recipes.
After the live qualifying round, three contestants will be selected to go to the Finals which will require a second grilling recipe for presentation on stage, July 16th (1-5pm) at the Toronto Caribbean Carnival’s Junior Carnival. The Parade and Junior Carnival takes place in Neilson Park, in Malvern (Scarborough).
The winning chef receives a $500 cash prize. Second place receives $250 and third place gets $150. For rules and information about the competition visit: here: http://www.juniorchef.ca/. A full list of Grace Foods’ products is available on www.gracefoods.ca
Junior Carnival Parade/ Family Day July 16, 2016. This will be the biggest children's parade ever! The free Junior Carnival Parade will take place in and around Neilson Park in the Malvern community. Over 2,500 children will perform for the judges and play Mas. Games, food, Calypso and Pan performances in the Park after the parade. 10 a.m to 8 p.m.

For media inquires: Stephen Weir, Toronto Caribbean Carnival Publicist, 416-489-5868, Cell: 416-801-3101, Email: Stephen@stephenweir.com;

3 comments:

Unknown said...

My 9 year old is hoping, with baited breath that she can compete in couple of years She's a great lil chef...

LISA SKEETE said...

My 9 year old is hoping, with baited breath that she can compete in couple of years She's a great lil chef...

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