Australian Chefs – Competitions - Acknowledged Contributions - Services to Industry - Fellowships

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Culinary Competitions:

Culinary competitions provide a setting for continuous improvement in culinary skills. They encourage networking and challenge the chef to achieve higher levels of competence.AND entering is fun.

Unfortunately there are some chefs who do not consider culinary competitions to have any merit. However they usually have unproven or untested reputations, or those not willing to take the risk and allow peer evaluation.

View links below to view participants in major competitions and personal achievements across Australia


Bocuse d'Or - Australian Representatives:
Copper Skillet - Australian Representatives:

Culinary Olympics National and State Teams:
The International Exhibition of Culinary Art (in German: Internationale Kochkunst Ausstellung or IKA) termed the Culinary Olympics, is a quadrennial chef competition, and the biggest culinary competition and exhibition in the world.
- 1968 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 1980 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 1984 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 1988 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 1992 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 1996 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 2000 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 2004 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 2008 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 2012 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams
- 2016 National - Regional - Apprentice and Other Teams

Internet Culinary Knowledge Competitions
World Championships in Culinary Arts (Internet culinary knowledge competition):


Acknowledgements for contribution to Industry:

Les Toques Blanches Pioneers

Black Hats

Acknowledgements for Excellence and services to industry:

Individuals

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