$10000 Chef 2013 at Food Service Australia

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Sous Vide Australia are a sponsor of the ‘Chef’ competition at Food Service Australia for the third consecutive year. Now in the round under the dome of the stunning Melbourne Exhibition buildings June 2-4 2013 the competition will be quite the spectacle. Cameron Smith will as always be taking us blow by blow through the action and asking the chefs to think and talk whilst competing, this always separates out the geniuses from the good cooks.

The one hour heats will see these chef pushed to the limits and sous vide as a way to achieve reliable results under pressure. Each competitor will have PolyScience state of the art Sous Vide Professional – Chef series circulator attached to our 18 litre custom Cambro tank. The powerful Henkleman Jumbo 35 is the chamber vacuum machine of choice, fast and efficient. With $10000 for first prize and a PolyScience – Sous Vide Professional -Chef Series immersion circulator for the runner up provide by Sous Vide Australia these high caliber chefs are going to be performing at their best.

FSA 2013 will also host Apprentice of the year, Callebaut Chocolate Grand Prix sculpture competition judged by Adrian Zumbo, Global pizza challenge, Australia’s best pie, Bakery & Pastry Theatre and restaurant theatre.

Sous Vide Australia will be there right next to the ‘Chef 2013′ stage at stand F7. All of our circulator’s will be on working display including the New Creative series and the amazing fully programmable 7312. We also now carry the largest range of hypodermic temperature probes for sous vide available in Australia and some great new data loggers for uploading HACCP data straight to your lap top.

The new PolyScience brochures will also be available, these are a 26 page glossy with as much about sous vide cooking as there is about the products them selves.

See you June 2nd-4th  2013 at the Royal Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne.

Register online here for free entry

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