Student chefs have just weeks left to enter Taste of the World competition
12/06/2011 - 23:00

Student Chefs have just over two weeks left to get their entries in for Pritchitts 'Taste of the World' Competition, in association with the Craft Guild of Chefs.

The dairy experts are challenging young students to create a dish inspired by international cuisine. The competition is open to student chefs in the UK and Ireland aged 16-21 who need to submit a 300-word recipe featuring at least one Pritchitts product.  

A total of 12 finalists will attend an International Master Class hosted by renowned chef, Cyrus Todiwala at Café Spice Namasté, have their recipes featured in the 2012 Pritchitts & Craft Guild Calendar and receive an annual membership to the Craft Guild of Chefs.

The top three entrants will win a set of global chef's knives and go on to a live cook-off.

The overall winner will receive the prize of work experience at an award winning restaurant. There will also be a bonus for the winning student's college which will receive £200 worth of catering equipment vouchers.

To enter, student chefs have to submit their recipe online at  by the 30th June 2011.