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Master Class Fiji Hailed As A Success

Almost 22,000 viewers watched video demonstration. The inaugural Master Class Fiji held from May 29 to June 1 at the Rhum-Ba, Port Denarau was hailed a success. The Master Class
04 Jun 2017 11:00
Master Class Fiji Hailed As A Success
From left: Master Chef Patissier Amanda Young, Laucala Island Executive chef Jean Luc Amann, Malamala Beach Club Executive chef Lance Seeto, Mike Dennis and Valentin Corchado at Rhum-Ba during the Master Class Fiji on May 30, 2017. Photo: Master Class Fiji

Almost 22,000 viewers watched video demonstration.

The inaugural Master Class Fiji held from May 29 to June 1 at the Rhum-Ba, Port Denarau was hailed a success.

The Master Class Fiji is a unique event where the best chefs and hospitality professionals in Fiji work hand-in-hand to support and promote the industry.

Event co-ordinator Valentin Corchado said: “What a great four days we have had.

“Great success was achieved by all participating professionals.

“Great work and support, we managed to have almost 22,000 viewers during our four days of Master Classes.

“We will be finalising arrangements and details for the scholarships shortly.”

The event included five master class demonstrations per day i.e. Includes tasting recipes.  Interestingly on Day Three there was a record of 17,251 people who watched the live culinary demonstrations.

“What a great show and terrific job you (chefs) all did.

“We have people all over the world watching us and watching Fiji,” he said.

Mr Corchado thanked the stakeholders and sponsors who came on board.

Doubletree Resort Sonaisali Island executive chef Jean-Marc Ruzzene said: “The event was a great opportunity to get people out and know that the event will also provide some funds for charity which is good.

“Every charity fund is always positive.

“The chefs were to have fresh products of their own diets and be health-conscious as well.

“The event would be a success in terms of views. I find the people very attentive.”

Lomani Island Resort head chef Pranesh Gounder said: “This is a very great event for the junior chefs to be part of the opportunity of master chef as people can come and have a look at how the industry chef is doing.

“This is a real show where you can be a part of.”

Edited by Naisa Koroi

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