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New Delhi witnessed the most premium Culinary and Mixology Competition for budding chefs and mixologists at the coveted AAHAR International Food & Hospitality Fair 2017. In addition to the excitement and the grandeur, the competition also turned out to be a great platform for the budding talent to be seen by the key visitors and industry experts. The prime objective of this campaign was to highlight the uniqueness of the following U. S. Premium Agricultural Products in the Indian HRI Industry
The show got an excellent start with Scott Sindelar, Minister Counselor for Agricultural Affairs, US Embassy, New Delhi along with other dignitaries, gracing the occasion for the inauguration ceremony. Talking about the association, Scott Sindelar said, "It's great to be here at AAHAR 2017 as the event has a plethora of activities for our discerning consumers. India is an important market for us and we strive to bring in the best products to our consumers. This show is a wonderful opportunity for our target audience to taste and experience a wide range of U. S. Premium Agricultural Products."
The Culinary and Mixology Competition was a great success with participation from over 60chefsand mixologists from Delhi and other cities from North India. Enthusiastic and talented participants created innovative recipes using the finest U. S. Premium Agricultural Products such as U. S. Cranberries, Washington Apples, USA Pears, California Walnuts and U.
S. Pecans as the main ingredients.
Chef Akash Khandelwal from ITC Maurya and Kuber from Crowne Plaza were declared as the winners of the Culinary and Mixology Competition respectively. The winning creations were U. S. Pecans, U. S. Cranberry Clafoutis, Berry jam, Green Apple and Mint Relish with Creme Chantilly, California Walnuts and USA Pears Pudding, Walnuts Crisp, Sugar Coated Sable, Star Anise and Amaretto Creme with Orange and Grand Marnier Sauce and Melon and Berries Magic chosen by the esteemed jury comprising members of the organizing committee and reputed Food and Beverage industry members.
"We would like to congratulate the winners of the Culinary and Mixology Competition for creating such innovative recipes using U. S. Premium Agricultural Products. Clearly, the participants have taken the competition to another level by their outstanding performance. We are extremely motivated by the response we got from the participants as well as the visitors. Looking at the show's success, we are confident that we managed to strike the right chord with our audience," said India representative, U. S. Cranberry Marketing Committee, Keith Sunderlal.
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