Nutri food cooking contest 2019
Food—and the way we grow, source, prepare, and eat it—links us to our families, our histories, our culture, our health, our environment, and our b.odies . . . not to mention to tradition, ritual, and celebration. On the importance of food, J.R.R. Tolkien once said, “If more of us valued food and cheer above hoarded gold, it would be a much merrier world.” And another literary superstar, George Orwell, had this to say: "Changes of diet are more important than changes of dynasty or even of religion. The Great War, for instance, could never have happened if tinned food had not been invented.” This month, UGV arrange a cooking contest among the students of Engineering, Business and English departments. The entire participator prepared their item according to the nutrition value. The new thing about the competition is here participants are the students there is no professional cook or chefs. They also have amateur competitions which when anybody can enter and win. Cooking competitions can and will help in the culinary field if you are trying to get a job and need experience. Cooking competitions are exciting and fun to watch because of the suspense and wonders of what might something taste like.
The evaluation is based on a professional approach in the assignments making, the creativity of the dishes, so as the consistency of the dishes on the menu and their taste. The participants are required to abide by all the rules and regulations of the profession, which means, we expect from them to show us a culinary perfectly healthy and digestive food, to respect the rule of stacking dishes, and above all that the dishes look natural, delicious and harmonious.
The competitors are allowed to get acquainted with the place (room) , where they will be preparing the menu. The menu, with the made description (the recipe) should be written on the official form prepared by organizers after the competition. The participant is to present the courses (modules) in the order as described in the menu, which is delivered to the Jury. After completing the evaluation, the president of the jury must explain in detail to each participant what are the oversights or lapses being done during the preparation work, and in particular he must emphasize what was good and positive. Among 19 groups 2 groups became winner.