Good Food Month in Sydney has welcomed Chefs from around the world this October. Among them was an innovative group of passionate young Chefs from France from the culinary publication ‘Omnivore’.
From an initial culinary event in France back in 2006 called “100% Young Cuisine”, Omnivore have been taking their campaign for young cuisine worldwide via the Omnivore World Tour . Omnivore’s goal is to bring international and local chefs together in order to join forces and to “share their cooking, ask questions about techniques, learn from new cultures, and create motion to better imagine the future of food,” as described by Luc Dubanchet, founder of Omnivore.
This year they touched down in Sydney for Good Food Month, hosting a series of forward thinking masterclasses, pop-up dinners, and partnerships with innovative Sydney restaurants and Chefs. This year, Le Cordon Bleu was able to partner with these exciting events with several Sydney students taking part in the four events hosted during the festival. A fantastic chance for young chefs from around the world to share knowledge, skills and above all great food!
Students in Paris and London will soon be able to take part in the French and UK parts of the tour with events beginning in March 2015.
Thanks go to our students Kezia Kristel, Mark Snowden, Alex Verhovtsev, Jay (Chung Yee) Wong, Sarah Gerges, Aakanksha and Terry (Ahn) Byungtae.