With more than 200 candidates from across France taking part in the contest, some 27 candidates have made it to the final taking place at the CFA Médéric culinary school in Paris this Friday 21st September for their chance to be crowned “France’s Best Cold Food Apprentice Chef”. A real springboard into the industry for a new generation, this contest allows young aspiring chefs to show off their talents in this prestigious competition.
Photo from the MAF final 2016
For this year’s cold-dish prize, the jury, led by Jean-François Girardin, has concocted a menu based on saumon d’Isigny, provided by Procsea. The details of the menu are as follows:
Candidates will have four-and-a-half hours to put together their creations, before submitting their dishes to the jury to be judged.
To mark the 33rd year of the MAF cold food awards, candidates will be judged by a three-star jury. Accompanying Jean-François Girardin (president of the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France and 1993 MOF winner) will be the following culinary stars:
In total, nearly thirty chefs have confirmed their attendance in helping judge the apprentices’ dishes for the final.
Jury from 2016 contest
The final of the “France’s Best Cold Food Apprentice Chef” contest will take place on September 21st at the CFA Médéric.
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