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The Chef's Table Society of BC - 1st Annual Culinary Challenge at Terminal City Club

Feb 19, 2007

By Catherine Barr


The Chef's Table Soceity of B.C. 1st Annual Culinary Challenge was held last week at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver. This competition for up-and-coming chefs featured teams from Vancouver's top culinary schools in a battle for a $5,000 scholarship. Vancouver's member chefs chose Vancouver Community College as this year's winner, but every participant wins praise here and gets a chance to come back next year for more. Congrats to all involved.

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PR goldden gal Tiffany Soper and volunteer-for-the-night Rebecca Leslie welcomed guests at the door.
C Restaurant's award winning chef Robert Clark was pleased to see Vancouver Community College team members Ron Wigington (left), Jennifer Chung and Terrance Au take home the big prize.
Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts executive chef and program director Christian Velden (right) led his team in the competition.
Mark Anthony Brands' manager Brook Cairns and Pam Zayadi poured samples of Mission Hill wines.
The Art Institute of Vancouver - Dubrulle International Culinary Arts was represented by Rob Windsor (left), Colman Herrington and Jesse Grasso.
Talented Gord Martin (left), of Bin 941 and 942 fame, and Chef and Chauffeur's Rick Forde came out to see the young 'uns in action.
Famous for his palette and his pen, Vancouver food critic/writer Jamie Maw cuddled up to socialite Carmen Ruiz y Laza.



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