2015 AGM - Tues 31 March
The 21st Annual General Meeting of the Federation of Chefs Scotland will take place in at the Marriot Hotel, Glasgow from 5.30 - 7.00pm on Tuesday 31st March
The Agenda for the meeting together with a Nomination form for membership of the Board of Management can be downloaded from here. One of the key reasons for holding the AGM early in 2015 is to adopt a new constitution. As we are adopting a new constitution it has been decided that all board members will stand for re-election at the 21st Annual General Meeting.
The meeting is open to all FCS members and those wishing to join on the evening as members
Please RSVP by Email by phone to 01324 876437 or reply by post to Federation of Chefs Scotland, 1 Steps Street, Stenhousemuir, Larbert FK5 4LH
Celebrate your success - Scottish Culinary Championships Lunch
Every 2 years the cream of Scotlands Culinary Talent come together to compete in the Scottish Culinary Championships. The championships consist of over 50 competitions with more than 200 chefs and foodservice personnel competing.
Following the success of our awards event in 2013 we have reintroduced an awards ceremony after the event to give all of our competitors the opportunity to publicly celebrate their successes with their peers, friends and family.
This is the opportunity for competitors to receive their award and recognition for the hard work and skills that they have demonstrated at ScotHot.
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Results Live Theatre @ ScotHot 4 &5 March
The Live theatre was buzzing with excitement all day today, with a huge audience turning out to watch the competitors step up to the plate!
Please click on the link below to see the full list of results.
Results Culinary Art @ ScotHot 4 & 5 March
The Culinary Art Section of the Scottish Culinary Championships got off a great start today with 5 Gold and 15 Silver Medals awarded!
Click on the link below for full details of the competitors and their awards
Results Skills Arena @Scothot 4 & 5 March
The Skills Arena was a new and exciting feature of the Scottish Culinary Championships at ScotHot, it got off to a great start today with an amazing 9 Gold Medals being awarded.
Thank you and congratulations to all the competitors who took part! Read on for todays results.
Finalists announced for Scottish Chef of the Year
Following an intense culinary battle last week the 8 finalists for this year's Scottish Chef of the Year Competition have been announced.
To get a taste of the day please go to the semi-final album at www.facebook.com/pages/Federation-of-Chefs-Scotland.
The final 8 are: Andrew Laycock, Wilde Thyme, Craig Gibb, Orde Food Co. Jamie Scott, Rocca Restaurant, Robbie Penman, Houston House Hotel, Alex Thain, Cromlix House, Zoltan Szabo, Cameron House Hotel, Dougal McPherson, New College Lanarkshire, Adam Handling, Restaurant Adam Handling at Caxton.
Competition Deadline update - Scottish Culinary Championships 2015
COMPETITION DEADLINE UPDATE - Monday 9 February
We are pleased to announce that the deadline for all competitions has been extended until Wednesday 11th February to allow for times to put in your photographs and recipes. Some of the competitions are already over subscribed and will be paper judged therefore it is important to submit your recipes and photos as these are used for paper judging. If you need to check any details before you submit your entry please contact Cora on 020 7886 3074 or Marie-Clare on 01324 876 437
With ScotHot 2015 now being part of the exciting new Signature Programme we had develop the competitions to make the most of our new 2 day format. We have now included 3 areas within the competitions, the Live Theatre - showcasing your skills live infront of an audience of your peers. The second area is Culinary Art, displaying fine technique and artistry in the cold display section, and finally the all new Skills Arena- giving you the opportunity to compete live in a non cooking environment with competitions including vegetable preparation, sushi, crab dressing and many more.
Entiér to be the Headquarters for Scottish Culinary Team
At the beginning of a new year that celebrates the Food and Drink of Scotland the Federation of Chefs Scotland (FCS) is delighted to announce that Entiér Limited will now provide the new headquarters and training facilities for the Scottish Culinary Team.
Entiér was chosen as the Scottish Culinary Team Partner due to a unique combination of key factors. It was important to the FCS to work with a Scottish Company who had an outstanding commitment to staff development and training. Their impressive in-house training facilities will provide a fantastic HQ, meeting the training requirements of the team and the industry expertise of the Entiér personnel will ensure the smooth delivery of the work needed to get the Scottish Culinary Team to the Olympics.
Ian MacDonald President of the Federation of Chefs Scotland said “We are delighted to be working with Entiér to deliver a competition ready Scottish Culinary Team for the Culinary Olympics in Erfurt in 2016. Although our new Team HQ will be in Aberdeen we would encourage chefs from all sectors of the industry and regions of Scotland to think about competing for a place to represent their country on the world’s culinary stage.”
GAME CHEF OF THE YEAR WINNER 2015 ANNOUNCED
Martin Zahumensky, Head Chef at Playboy Club London was today crowned Game Chef of the Year following a cook off with nine other chefs from across the UK.
The competition organised by Scottish game processor Braehead Foods has been running for the last four years with a record number of entries again this year. The nationwide search to find the UK’s best professional game chef began in August and concluded today at The Cook School Scotland in Ayrshire.
Stephen Waters of Loch Lomond Golf Club finished second with Jonathan Cook from One Square Restaurant, Sheraton Edinburgh finishing third.
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