Egg Farmers of Ontario is pleased to launch “Egg-spress Yourself 2008 Student Recipe Contest”. Visit getcracking.ca for more details.
At right is a photo of our 2 eggstraordinary winners: Susan Dimma for Green Eggs and Naan and Sarah Hess for Gratin of Fresh Berries
It is my great pleasure to let you know that Liaison College was awesome yesterday at George Brown College for the "Eggspress Yourself Recipe Contest". Two Liaison College students, Sarah from Kingston and Susan from Kitchener, represented us very well indeed! There were six competitors from other colleges in each category, from Algonquin in Ottawa to Fanshawe in London. All eager students vying for the prizes!
Each student had a time slot for presentation of their dish. Three plates went to the judges (Christopher Ennew, Sebastian Cugno, Cora, Carolynne Griffiths from EFO, and Anita Stewart) and the fourth plate went to the gallery for photos.
The competition ended at approx 4 p.m. with judges awarding the following prizes:
"Just the Good Stuff"
"Real in the Kitchen"
Among a great assortment of gifts in a colourful basket, winners also received cash prizes for themselves and the college as well as a year’s supply of eggs for themselves and the college! Simply “Eggs- traordinary” ! Congrats to the winners!
Egg Farmers of Ontario, the marketing organization for the 430 egg producers in Ontario, is pleased to launch “Egg-spress Yourself 2008 Student Recipe Contest”.
The Egg Farmers of Ontario are in search of egg recipes that are delicious, simple and innovative. The target market for the recipes is the mainstream foodservice market. Each college interested in participating, may enter one recipe in each of 2 categories. Recipes should be from individual students (not teams).
Recipe and judging criteria along with official rules and regulations are on their website. Colleges may hold their own in house contest, based on our judging criteria, in order to determine which student’s recipes are entered in the contest.
The Egg Farms of Ontario will pick up to 6 recipes in each category to compete in the final Cook-off. Students will prepare their recipes at final Cook-off on Nov. 19, in Toronto. Download the flyer!
Oct 24. It was a challenge to the bitter end today in the Kitchener Campus kitchen as recipes were prepared and tested by the judges (two restaurant officiandos who love to eat out!). After great deliberation and lively debate, the winning recipes were chosen. The civilian judges looked at only two things: originality and taste while Chef Instructor Dean Michielsen advised on timing, recipe standards (such as correct measurements)and ease of duplication. The results are in: (drum roll please!)