DAVID CAVALIER, Food Director, CH&Co, last week launched the Footprint Awards Young Chef Back to the Future challenge at The Skillery at Hotelympia offering the chance for one lucky student chef to win the opportunity to work alongside David and David Collison, Head Chef, 8 Northumberland in their preparation of the prestigious Footprint Awards dinner on 24th May! Enter Now!
With an inspiring live masterclass designed to challenge youngsters and the future stars of the culinary world to think of sustainability as far more than the regionality and seasonality of food; David demonstrated how sustainability can be integrated into everyday practice as a business principle.
The Young Chef Back to the Future Challenge asks students to consider each of the 3 pillars of sustainability environmental, social and economic when developing a creative and appetising menu; either a whole menu, main dish or element of another course.
To enter, please visit www.footprint-awards.com and submit your sustainable menu suggestion, which must also detail its association with the 3 pillars of sustainability, by Friday 16th March. The winner will see an element of their winning suggestion served to many leading figures from the world of foodservice and hospitality at the Footprint Awards evening, which presents a great opportunity and impressive addition to their CV!
The Footprint Awards is the UK foodservice industrys only awards scheme to be accredited by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) Environment Forum; and is exclusively dedicated to rewarding contributions to sustainability and environmental excellence in the foodservice industry.