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Judging Taste Canada Cooks The Books

Judging Taste Canada Cooks The Books
An afternoon at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, and judging Taste Canada Cooks The Books cooking competition? Well, that’s a perfect day! Taste Canada Cooks the Books is a two-day cooking competition at the Royal  Agricultural Winter Fair on November 2 & 3, 2013.  Leading up to Taste Canada — The Food Writing Awards,  Taste Can [...]

Judging at Taste Canada Cooks The Boo...

Judging at Taste Canada Cooks The Books
I’m excited to announce that I will be at The Royal this year judging Taste Canada Cooks The Books. Taste Canada Cooks the Books is a two-day cooking competition at the Royal  Agricultural Winter Fair on November 2 & 3, 2013.  Leading up to Taste Canada — The Food Writing Awards,  Taste Canada Cooks the Books pairs culinary student [...]

Judging the Discovered Culinary Compe...

Judging the Discovered Culinary Competition
Yes, I’m putting my judges hat back on and will be judging the Discovered Culinary Competition at Nella Cucina on Monday night. Now in its second year, the Discovered Culinary Competition gives up-and-coming Canadian chefs an opportunity to showcase their culinary talents.  In front of a live audience  and a rotating panel of judge [...]

Judging the San Pellegrino Almost Fam...

Judging the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef Competition
Well that was a lot of fun!  Last night I judged the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef Competition.  6 culinary students competing to win the Canadian Regionals and progress to the finals in California.   It was a nail biter!  There were leaders and early favourites in the kitchen, but it wasn’t until the last plate was s [...]

Judging the Almost Famous

Judging the Almost Famous
I am delighted to announce that I’ve been invited to be a Judge at the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef Competition. This is the 10th anniversary of the S.Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef  Competition and it brings together students from 73 culinary institutions across Canada and the United States to compete to be named the San Pellegrino Almos [...]

Almost Famous Competition

Almost Famous Competition
I am almost famous. Famous enough that people I’ve never met will stop me in the airport to say: “aren’t you Alexa Clark?” But not famous enough to get free plane rides. Famous enough to have a stalker But not famous enough that they know they are my stalker. Famous enough to be considered as a guest judge in the S.Pe [...]

Get Out Your Beer & BBQs!

Get Out Your Beer & BBQs!
I have been invited to  judge the upcoming Rickard’s Griller of Glory BBQ cook off, August 28th in Yonge-Dundas Square. So you know how I was recently invited go and meet some folks from Molsons, Rickards and Creemore (they are all the same folks, folks)? Well, it has turned into something seriously cool! I’ll be judging alongsid [...]

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