Nestlé chefs challenge 2003 invites executive chefs

Contributed recipes targeted for special section in ‘Menus of the Masters’

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By  Shilpa Mathai Published  July 24, 2003

Nestlé FoodServices is inviting executive chefs to send in recipes for a special section in Nestle’s annual cookbook, Menus of the Masters.

Executive chefs from the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Lebanon are invited to take part by submitting recipes using at least two Nestlé products, in three categories; starters, main courses and desserts. Selected dishes will then be photographed and featured in Menus of the Masters. To enter, chefs can submit their recipes, in not more than 400 words, along with a photograph of the dish (for two people) to Nestlé by 15 August 2003. Entry forms can be requested from the Nestlé offices in the respective countries. Results will be announced at the end of November.

“While in the past Nestlé Chefs Challenge has only been for junior chefs, this year we thought of adding a separate division to the challenge offering the senior chefs also a chance to demonstrate their skill, imagination and creativity,” said Vincent Gal, Nestlé FoodServices Director.

According to its promoters, the Nestlé Chefs is geared towards culinary artistry and excellence, to help enhance the level of creativity in terms of presentation with the use of new ingredients. The most creative recipes received will be presented in the annual cookbook, Menus of the Masters. Oz Newcombe, acclaimed for his hospitality-related and food images, will illustrate the book.

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