Team Namibia presents ‘Taste of Namibia’ competition 2013
Win N$23 000
Team Namibia is calling on all Namibians aged 16 and older to enter the Taste of Namibia 2013 cook-off competition, brought to you by FNB Namibia and Pick n Pay, to celebrate our Nation’s Independence.
- Twenty-three is the number to remember for Team Namibia’s Taste of Namibia competition, because…
- it’s Namibia’s 23rd birthday
- entrants to the competition can pick and choose from a list of 23 Team Namibia ingredients for their recipes
- cook-off finals will take place on 23 March 2013 at Pick n Pay, Auas Valley
- the first prize is worth N$ 23,000
Namibians are being challenged to put their culinary talents to the test by entering a unique recipe from a set list of 23 Team Namibia ingredients into this competition which closes on 1st March. Read the ingredient list.
These recipes will then be scrutinised by Namibia’s leading culinary experts (The Judges) from the Namibian Chefs Association (NCA) who will select 10 semi-finalists to prove their worth to the judges on Friday, 8th March 2013.
Subsequently, five finalists will be selected to compete in a live cook-off competition on Saturday, 23 March 2013 at Pick n Pay, Auas Valley, Windhoek.
The winner will walk away with the first prize – a whopping N$ 23,000-00, including major cash prizes worth N$ 10,000 each from Pick n Pay Namibia and FNB Namibia respectively, as well as a short course from the Polytechnic Hotel School.
Lizette Foot, General Manager of Team Namibia commented: “The purpose of the campaign is to highlight the fantastic food and drink options made available by Team Namibia members, and simultaneously educating consumers that there is no need to rely on imported goods when it comes to preparing a good quality meal.
Popular cooking shows such as Masterchef and Ready Steady Cook have created a new movement in food appreciation around the world, and we want to encourage all Namibian foodies to indulge in this trend with the fantastic local produce available right here on our doorstep”.
Additional photos courtesy of Namibian Chefs Association Facebook page.
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