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CFCS announces first Filipino masterchef competition in Kuwait
October 29, 2017, 10:57 am

The Culinary of Filipino Chefs’ Society (CFCS), a non-profit organization of Filipino chefs in Kuwait, is introducing for the very first time a friendly competition among Filipino chefs in Kuwait currently working in different food services. Termed as ‘Filipino Master Chef Competition’, the three-day competition will comprise of four chefs competing each day on given Filipino dishes. Three winners will be chosen following the three-day competition and will receive the first, second and third prizes during the grand finals.

The pre-finals competition will be held at Nanay Eden Restaurant, a popular culinary destination located in Maidan Hawally on the 15, 16 and 17 November at 6 pm till 9 pm. Diners can enjoy watching the competition as a la carte dishes will be available. The three winners will compete at a given venue on the 20 November and will be awarded the ‘Best Filipino Master Chef in Kuwait’. The competition is organized in cooperation with Philippine Airlines, Nanay Eden restaurant, CEE Network and other major sponsors.

“The competition is open to everyone and would like to maintain a friendly atmosphere; it is open to everyone regardless if the contestant is professional chef or not. So far we have different registrants and not everyone is a chef, some are just foodie enthusiast and would like to try their hands on cooking and hopefully winning the prize,” commented Jay Panaguiton, President of CFCS.

The dish will be announced an hour prior to the contest and the four contestants will compete everyday cooking the same dish. Three winners will emerge from the competition and will determine the first, second and third prizes. The grand finalists will prepare three dishes; appetizer, main course and dessert. The Grand Prize Winner will receive a round trip ticket to Philippines and other major prizes. Contestants will receive a certificate of participation from the organizer.

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