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Simon Gault Joins Judging Panel for Junior Masterchef

Simon Gault Joins Judging Panel for Auckland’s Junior Masterchef on Wednesday

25th June 2014

Eight Secondary Schools from across Auckland compete next week for one place in the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge.

The sudden death cook-off will be held this Wednesday (2nd July) at MIT’s Culinary School on Alexander Crescent in Otara. Masterchef Judge, Restaurateur and Celebrity Chef, Simon Gault will join the judging panel to determine which Secondary School Team will go through to the National Final in September.

AUCKLAND REGIONAL FINALISTS:
Long Bay College, Long Bay.
Lynfield College, Mt Roskill.
St Kentigern College, Pakuranga
Papatoetoe High School, Papatoetoe.
Botany Downs Senior College, Dannemora.
Manurewa High School, Manurewa.
Rosehill College, Papakura.
Papakura High School, Papakura*


The National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge Final is on Friday the 12th of September at the Manukau Institute of Technology.

*Papakura High School was the inaugural winner and current title holder… more details about the 2013 Challenge including the recipes here http://www.vegetables.co.nz/resources/1files/pdf/fresh-inspiration15.pdf


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