Entries sought for Schwartz for Chef Flavour Pairing Challenge

29 November 2011 by
Entries sought for Schwartz for Chef Flavour Pairing Challenge

Entries are now being sought for the Schwartz for Chef ](http://www.schwartzforchef.com/)Flavour Pairing Challenge at [Hotelympia ](http://www.hotelympia.com)next year, where teams of two chefs will compete for the chance to win a Salon Culinaire medal and a day at a McCormick Flavour Creation workshop.

The teams will cook and present a two-course meal for two in just 45 minutes in front of a live audience using two of the flavour pairings for 2012 devised by the company's concept development chef Steve Love.

The flavour combinations they will be working with are:

â- Sesame and cumin
â- Bourbon and pink peppercorn
â- Green tea and rosemary
â- Grapefruit and coriander
â- Yogurt and saffron

The winning team (along with up to seven other people of their choosing) will benefit from a one-day workshop on the innovative and creative use of herbs and spices along with an engraved trophy and the use of their winning recipes in the Schwartz for Chef recipe collection for 2012.

To enter, e-mail [peter@salonculinaire.co.uk](mailto:peter@salonculinaire.co.uk) before the deadline of 1 December 2011 or visit [www.hotelympia.com](http://www.hotelympia.com.).

Samples of Schwartz for Chef products are available to all entrants by phoning parent company McCormick Foodservice on 08081 000363 or e-mailing [ukfoodservice@mccormick.co.uk â- Schwartz for Chef will be unveiling its first ever global flavour pairings forecast in the coming months.

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