A plat­form for chefs to show their culi­nary tal­ents

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Restau­ra­teurs Man­ish Sharma, Jogin­der Singh and Sahil Sambhi played per­fect hosts to yet an­other in­no­va­tive af­ter­noon for food­ies and pas­sion­ate cooks at Mol­e­cule Air Bar in Sec­tor 29, Gur­gaon.

Cook to chef started by Mol­e­cule has be­come big­ger and bet­ter with each pass­ing month. Sharma on the oc­ca­sion said, “The con­test calls out for en­thu­si­as­tic chefs who cook pas­sion­ately as hobby. The con­test was started to ed­u­cate peo­ple — how in­no­va­tively the food can be pre­pared. It is over­whelm­ing to see that each month we get so many en­quiries and par­tic­i­pa­tion queries. We are thank­ful to our as­so­ciate part­ners, chef Ur­bano and Food Ser­vice In­dia.” He added, “We are happy that we are able to pro­vide a plat­form where they can ful­fill their dreams of dis­play­ing their culi­nary skills.”

The com­pe­ti­tion also brought to the fore close­fought con­test be­tween 8 con­tes­tants who were judged by food con­nois­seur Sneha Saikia, chef Nis­hant Choubey and Piyush jain, chef at Mol­e­cule. While Nishtha Joshi was de­clared win­ner with her dish — beans em­panada served with arag­ula and cit­rus salad; Neetu Suri and Man­deep Kaur im­pressed the judges with their cre­ativ­ity and stood out as run­ner-ups.

Singh said, “Noth­ing could be more en­tic­ing then the art of learn­ing and cre­at­ing food. For us, it’s about pro­vid­ing the right chan­nel to food en­thu­si­asts who can make it big to­mor­row by turn­ing their pas­sion into pro­fes­sion.”

PHO­TOS: HTCS

Sahil Sambhi and Jogin­der Singh

Sneha Saikia, Piyush Jain, Nis­hant Choubey

Neetu Suri, Nishtha Joshi and Man­deep Kaur

Anshuman Sood and Samiera Qureshi

Viren­dra Mit­tal and Ma­neesh Ba­heti

Man­ish Sharma

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