Preparing for Joey’s Annual Top Apprentice Competition


TORONTO — Joey Restaurants is gearing up to host its fourth annual Top Apprentice Cook Off in which 75 of the best Joey cooks compete in regional competitions across Canada.

On Nov. 19, the top winners from each region will congregate at George Brown College in Toronto to participate in the final two-day event. The winner will receive a cash prize and bragging rights as the Joey Restaurants Top Apprentice. The competition is part of the company’s strategy to create a supreme brand of partners called the League of Extraordinary Chefs and create pride in its back-of-house employees.

The challenge is one of four culinary competitions hosted annually, including The Apprentice Projects Challenge, whereby the challenger who completes the most projects from the Apprentice handbook wins; the Chefs Black Box at the Summit, which hosts a serious of quick-fire and black box competitions; the Iron Chef Competition; and finally the Top Apprentice competition.

The winner will accompany executive chef Chris Mills on a culinary-themed trip to New York City.

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