Secondary cuts on show at Beef 2018

Secondary cuts on show at Beef 2018

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Entries are now open for the Young Chef Ambassador Competition.

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Beef Australia has hatched a plan to promote the use of secondary meat cuts at their 2018 event.

Entries are now open for the Young Chef Ambassador Competition, with one lucky young chef winning the chance to work alongside a kitchen legend.

Celebrity Chef coordinator Shane Bailey said the winner will “experience all the fun and excitement of the event alongside our Celebrity Chefs, cooking the best beef in the world”.

“It provides one lucky young chef the unique opportunity to work alongside our celebrity chefs from around the globe in the PwC Celebrity Chef Restaurant,” he said. 

To enter the competition, Beef Australia are looking for exceptional talent, innovative skills and creativity in the recipe’s put forward.

These recipes must utilise secondary cuts, while showcasing and celebrating Australian beef. 

Young chefs and apprentices, aged between 16 and 27, are encouraged to send in their original recipe’s to be considered for the competition. Judges will then recreate these recipe’s and judge based on the flavours, style and creativity. 

The winner will get to experience Beef Australia 2018 firsthand, for three days between May 6 and 12, 2018.  They will also be given the opportunity to cook alongside the Celebrity Chefs, just a few of the names include Curtis Stone, Iron Chef Sakai, Ben O’Donoghue, Matt Golinski and Dominique Rizzo.

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