Eight Full-Time Second-Year Students were selected through trials to take part in this prestigious competition.
The finalists are:
The main objective of the competition, other than that of the educational and fun component offered through competitions, is to expose our students, the next generation of industry leaders, to a wide range of quality products and ingredients and to allow them to incorporate them into 5 Star Cuisine.
The competition was followed by a cocktail event and was attended by approximately 80 influential industry members, family members as well as the sponsors.
Cocktail Event and Winner Announcement
Each finalist was awarded with a Legacy Competition Hamper filled with various amazing prizes from the contributing Sponsors. Each finalist was also given an HTA School of Culinary Art Legacy embroidered Chef Uniform from HTA.
Other gifts included:
Mount Cedar Hampers
City & Guilds Hampers
The Chefs Table Hampers
Saxon Gift Vouchers
Nestle Dulce Gusto Coffee Machines x 3
Snappy Chef Induction Kettles x 3
Through the Eyes of an African Chef Books from SA Chefs
Victorinox Paring Knives
A Picnic for 2 from Thaba Eco Hotel
R1000 Cash from Olives and Plates
Victorinox Chef’s Knife from Sharp Edge Sharp Shooter
Sandton Sun 2 Nights Stay for 2
R2000 Cash from Stephen Billingham
The winner of this year’s competition is: Anelisiwe Ntamo
2nd Place: Brandon Birney
3rd Place: Kerry Baird
City & Guilds
Nescafe Dolce Gusto
Olives and Plates
Saxon Boutique Hotel and Spa
Seven Seas Fisheries
Sharp Edge Sharp Shooter
Thaba Eco Hotel
The Chef’s Table