Young Norwich chefs win top award in national fine-dining competition
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A trio of budding chefs battled against top talent from across the country in a live cook-off.
Meg Greenacre, Stacey Jolly and Chloe Saterlay from City College Norwich were awarded third place after competing in the Country Range Student Chef Challenge 2017.
The challenge happened at ScotHot, Scotland's biggest food, drink and hospitality show, at Glasgow's Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.
The Norwich team was against Ayrshire College, Blackpool and Fylde College, City of Liverpool College, Glasgow Clyde College, Henley College, Hopwood Hall College and Loughborough College.
They had to create a three-course meal in 90 minutes within the theme of healthy gourmet fine dining.
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Emma Holden, from Country Range Student Chef Challenge, said: 'From today's evidence the UK's professional kitchens are in safe hands as the skills, flavours, combinations and creativity displayed were amazing.'
Applications for the 2018 Country Range Student Chef Challenge open on April 30.
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