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Deadline Extended For National Chef Of The Year Entries

NationalThe Craft Guild of Chefs has extended the entry deadline for National Chef of the Year 2017.

Chefs now have until Friday 15th April to visit www.nationalchefoftheyear.co.uk and submit their entry form online for judging.

To coincide with the extension announcement, the Craft Guild of Chefs has released seven expert tips from judges and past winners.

David Mulcahy, vice president of the Craft Guild of Chefs and organiser of NCOTY, said: “We know what a challenge preparing the perfect entry can be, so along with the decision to extend the deadline we’re also releasing some valuable advice.  The guidance comes straight from the National Chef of the Year Hall of Fame, with advice from several successful chefs including Alyn Williams, Mark Sargeant and the current title-holder Larry Jayasekara.

“We’ve distilled the expertise of these industry leaders into a series of succinct top tips on what it takes to win, starting with advice on a winning entry form.  We’d advise anyone who has yet to enter to refer to the tips and really try to apply them to their own entry in order to give themselves the best possible chance of success.”

A shortlist of forty chefs for the semi-finals will be revealed on 24th May following the paper judging. This year’s heats will take place at Sheffield College on Tuesday, 14th June, and at Le Cordon Bleu in London on Wednesday, 22nd June.  Only ten chefs will go through to the National Chef of the Year final, which takes place at the Restaurant Show on Tuesday, 4th October.

The National Chef of the Year competition is run in partnership with KNORR and Lockhart Catering Equipment, and is supported by Evolve, CCS, Churchill, British Premium Meats, Cacao Barry, Wild Harvest, Direct Seafood and Sous Vide Tools.

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