|Mark Dunn, General Manager Origin Energy accepting his Certificate of Appreciation from Roland Cowles, VCFHA.|
“In this landmark year for the Chefs Association we are extremely grateful that supporters like Origin Energy see the value in what we are striving to achieve with the hospitality sector.” Said VCFHA President Isaac Boyle. “The Association aims to improve the quality of food produced and service delivery through the Salon Culinaire competition. It is a competition which covers all aspects of hospitality from housekeeping, baristas, bar tenders and chefs” he continued.
Mark Dunn, General Manager of Origin Energy was delighted to be able to support the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Show “We have had a long involvement with the show. We are thrilled that we can support the hospitality industry in their annual event and look forward to the energy of the competition” he said. The Salon Culinaire provides the general public access to what usually goes on behind closed doors – in the kitchens and behind the scenes. “The Show cuts across many sectors of Vanuatu and Origin Energy is keen to support a local grass roots initiative that demonstrates niVanuatu flair and creativity across the industry” said Mark.
Once again the Beachfront between Chantillys and Moorings will be the venue for the week long show, commencing Monday 20th to Friday 24th October 2014. The public are welcome to come and watch the live demonstrations of cooking, cocktail making, coffee baristas and many other exciting events. The show is free and the event schedule will be posted on the Vanuatu Chefs Association Facebook page and website soon.
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