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All entries will be judged at the show, with the ten winners unveiled on the first day of the show, Monday 19th January at 4pm on the Business Briefing Stage.


World Class Culinary Competition Returns One of the world’s premier culinary competitions, Salon Culinaire, has been updated with format changes recommended by a panel of top chefs. There is a new online entry system and iPads will also be used for food photography to provide more constructive feedback for competitors.


There will also be two award ceremonies each day – a new one after lunch in addition to the traditional presentation at the end of the day. Salon Culinaire Chef Director, James Tanner, says: “We have tried to focus not only on ways to make the competition experience more immersive and easy to enter, but also look at staying relevant. Introducing rigid ingredient costs and target gross profit margins for teams competing in La Parade des Chefs was just one of the ways we have tried to remain faithful to the real-world experiences of modern kitchens.” Salon Culinaire comprises three key elements:


the exquisite Salon Display competition classes of Live Theatre (both sponsored by Compass Group UK) and fine dining experience, La Parade des Chefs (Sponsored by Coup de Pates/ Delice de France).


Demos and Advice from Top Chefs The Staff Canteen Live is set to make its debut at the event adding stimulating kitchen demonstrations and practical advice from big name chefs including Michelin-star chef Adam Stokes, Chef Patron of Midsummer House, Daniel Clifford, Executive Chef Gary Jones and


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