CCFCC to Host Annual Convention at Caesar’s Windsor

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WINDSOR, ONT — The Culinary Guild of Windsor — a branch of the Canadian
Culinary Federation — is gearing up to host the 47th Annual CCFCC Convention May 31 to June 4, 2010, at Caesar’s Windsor.
More than 200 chefs from across Canada, the U.S. and South Africa are expected to convene in Windsor to take part in four days of culinary competitions, professional development and networking opportunities. Additionally, the conference will highlight a mini tradeshow boasting 30 of the industry’s top suppliers, all hosted in one of Canada’s most vibrant and active entertainment complexes — Caesar’s Windsor.
Ahron Goldman, president of the CCFCC Windsor’s chapter, is looking forward to hosting the event. “We are extremely elated to have the convention back in Ontario,” he said. “This convention will be the benchmark for a dynamic industry that is forever changing.”
As in past years, this event will once again showcase numerous competitions, such as the CCFCC National Chef’s Challenge, Pastry Chef of the Year, National Junior Chef’s Challenge and The World Junior Culinary Exchange, with five junior chefs from across Canada and five from South Africa working together on a variety of platforms. According to Jeff Dockeray, who is on the Convention Committee, “We’re trying to cultivate the junior platform and make sure they’re holistically involved.”
WINDSOR, Ont. — The Culinary Guild of Windsor, a branch of the Canadian Culinary Federation (CCFCC), is gearing up to host the 47th Annual CCFCC Convention May 31 to June 4 at Caesar’s Windsor.

More than 200 chefs from across Canada, the U.S. and South Africa are expected to convene in Windsor to take part in four days of culinary competitions, professional development and networking opportunities. Additionally, the conference will highlight a mini tradeshow boasting 30 of the industry’s top suppliers, all hosted in one of Canada’s most vibrant and active entertainment complexes — Caesar’s Windsor.

Ahron Goldman, president of the CCFCC Windsor chapter, is looking forward to hosting the event. “We are extremely elated to have the convention back in Ontario,” he said. “This convention will be the benchmark for a dynamic industry that is forever changing.”

As in past years, this event will once again showcase numerous competitions, such as the CCFCC National Chef’s Challenge, Pastry Chef of the Year, National Junior Chef’s Challenge and The World Junior Culinary Exchange, with five junior chefs from across Canada and five from South Africa working together on a variety of platforms. According to Jeff Dockeray, who is on the Convention Committee, “We’re trying to cultivate the junior platform and make sure they’re holistically involved.”

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