elements on hollis Chef to Compete in Gold Medal Plates

Maritime Chef Bryan Corkery from elements on hollis will compete in the 2013 Halifax Gold Medal Plates.

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I can’t wait to share my passion for local food with these amazing chefs and compete in a friendly culinary competition. We’re absolutely delighted to be a part of this event for such a great cause.

Halifax, Nova Scotia (PRWEB) June 17, 2013

elements on hollis is pleased to announce their Executive Chef, Bryan Corkery will be participating in the 2013 Gold Medal Plates competition in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Maritime Chef leads the culinary team at the downtown Halifax restaurant, located in the Westin Nova Scotian.

“I’m honoured to have been selected to compete in Gold Medal Plates this fall and to represent elements on hollis,” states Chef Bryan Corkery. “I can’t wait to share my passion for local food with these amazing chefs and compete in a friendly culinary competition. We’re absolutely delighted to be a part of this event for such a great cause.”

Chef Bryan Corkery is one of nine Nova Scotian chefs to compete in the Gold Medal Plates competition in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The chefs will use the best of Atlantic cuisine and compete against one another, each seeking to move on to the nation-wide Canadian Culinary Championships next February in British Columbia.

“Gold Medal Plates is a celebration of Canadian excellence in food, wine, sport and entertainment,” said event co-founder Karen Blair at a launch event on Wednesday, June 12, 2013. “This is not like your typical broccoli-chicken dinner that you might get at another gala.”

elements on hollis is located just steps away from the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market and is named one of the best downtown Halifax restaurants. To find out more on this award-winning restaurant or about this event, visit them online: http://www.elementsonhollis.ca

About elements on hollis:
Located in the Westin Nova Scotian, bordering the edge of the historic South end of Halifax, elements on hollis is committed to supporting the “eat local” movement offering a 50-mile sustainable menu featuring local food with global inspiration. The 104-seat Halifax local and sustainable restaurant has partnered with its neighbour the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market and over 35 other local farmers and producers to offer menus rich in fresh, local seasonal ingredients. The 2012 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence winner offers over 116 selections featuring wines from 8 Nova Scotia wineries. A private dining room is available for up to 16 guests and a large gathering table for 20 is the focal point of the vibrant modern décor. Open 6 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and Sunday’s for Brunch. Reservations can be made online.


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