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Modern kitchen: Carrefour Chef Contest held in GZ
    2017-September-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Yu

JeniZhang13@163.com

ON the occasion of Carrefour’s 22nd anniversary in China, the finals of the Carrefour Chef Contest Season II, South China Territory, was held in Guangzhou yesterday afternoon.

The chef contest, themed modern kitchen, was launched in early August. Nine contestants, who had stood out among more than 3,000 competitors after several rounds of competition, gathered at the finals for an ultimate showdown.

At the finals, contestants had to cook three dishes within a given time, including fried rice with eggs, beef steak, and a specific dish remade after observation. The judges would taste each contestant’s dish and give a score after the dish was done. Winners could receive shopping vouchers worth 4,999 yuan (US$ 764) and a variety of other gifts.

During the competition, all of the contestants were very focused on cooking each dish. From preparing the ingredients to adding the final touches, they were determined to win the judges over with their passion and most importantly, their expertise in cooking.

Long Guanghui, aged 67 from Shenzhen, was the oldest contestant in the contest. He said he was very glad to be competing in the finals. Before the competition kicked off, he even read out a letter expressing his thanks to the organizer for giving him the opportunity.

Tan Yongguang, a retired official from Guangzhou, said he wanted to present the most original flavors of Cantonese dishes to the judges and audience members. After each dish was done, he never hesitated to share it with the audience.

 

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