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future at the heart of this year’s exhibition. Emerging talent in a range of hospitality disciplines, from cooking to restaurant management, will be given the chance to shine, with awards for young chefs, hoteliers and restaurateurs up for grabs. The Federation of Chefs will run


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HE organisers of ScotHot have put Scotland’s hospitality


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three brand new competitions at the event, which takes place at Glasgow’s SECC from February 28 to March 2.


The Federation, which has a


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remit to nurture young culinary talent, will present for the fi rst time a contest for the Young Scottish Chef of the Year, sponsored by Villeroy and Boch, and aims to recognise the best new starts with the fi rst ever Modern Apprentice Chef competition.


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These contests run in addition to the new Future Talent Restaurant, sponsored by Bisto, and the Brakes Student Team Challenge.


I look forward to mentoring one of Scottish hospitality’s brightest young people – Stephen Carter OBE.


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The Future Talent Restaurant will see students from six colleges compete in a live restaurant setting, where they will be tasked with creating a seasonal, three- course menu for 60 covers. The Brakes challenge, meanwhile, will task teams of catering students to prepare a three-course meal for four covers at a cost of no more than £12 per head.


The individual competitions take place as part of the 28th Scottish Culinary Championships to be hosted by the Federation at ScotHot, which will also see the organisation invite the


Bringing together the Scottish hospitality industry to sourc establish new relationships and gain valuable industry insig


ScotHot is dedicated to recognising and nurtu competitions open to people working in the in


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country’s best established chefs to showcase their skills on a range of platforms, culminating with the award of the prestigious Scottish Chef of the year title. Competition winners will be announced throughout the three days of the show, the organisers confi rmed, and presented with their prizes at the ScotHot Awards lunch after the show.


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“The Culinary Championships at ScotHot will illustrate the skill and talent of all those engaged in our great hospitality industry,” said salon director Neil Thomson. “This celebration of the Scottish hospitality industry would not be possible without the remarkable talent and dedication of the competitors, whose skills make this a world class event.” Young talent in hospitality disciplines outside the kitchen will also be highlighted at the show, with ScotHot presenting awards for Young Restaurateur and Young Hotelier of the Year for the fi rst time. Organisers have been seeking


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