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2016 Beef and Lamb Excellence Awards to be Announced

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2015

2016 Beef and Lamb Excellence Awards / Ambassador Chefs to be Announced


Mark your calendars: The 2016 Beef and Lamb Excellence Award holders will be announced on Tuesday 1 December, alongside five new Beef and Lamb Ambassador Chefs.

The announcement will take place as part of an exclusive 5 course degustation dinner, specially prepared by the five new Ambassador Chefs, on Tuesday December 1 at The James in Auckland.

The 2016 announcement is a special occasion as it marks the 20th anniversary of the Excellence Awards, establishing them as the longest running culinary awards in New Zealand.

In attendance will be various NZ food writers, the Beef + Lamb Iron Maidens (Sarah Walker, Lisa Carrington and Sophie Pascoe) and lifetime Platinum Beef and Lamb Ambassador Chefs - Brenton Low, Rex Morgan, Mat McLean, Michael Coughlin, Stephen Barry and Darren Wright.

For more information about the Beef and Lamb Excellence Awards or Ambassador Chefs, click here.

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