Because of the diverse nature of the many different restaurants and chefs Brian Henry has worked under he is highly proficient at a wide range of cuisines.

Brian’s cooking is seasonal, inventive and smart, but in no way unapproachable or fussy. When he is coaxed out of the kitchen and starts talking about food, his passion and knowledge are instantly recognizable.

"Chef Brian Henry cooked a series of delicious appetizers for us as we sat around a table in the kitchen". Thanks

Tony Aspler, Wine writer

“Chef Brian Henry puts one hundred percent of his energy into going all the way.”

Birgit Moenke, Editor Stir Media Read More Reviews

Gastronomically yours,

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Pear Bureau Northwest is pleased to invite your students to participate in our seventh annual recipe contest exclusively for Canadian culinary students!
The Grand Prize is$2,500 with four second place prizes of $1,000!

We invite your students to get creative in showcasing the flavour and versatility of sweet and juicy USA Pears for a chance to win prestige and prizes!
Click on the image of the flier below to download and print for distribution. Please feel free to forward this email to your students as well.
See www.usapears.org/excellence.aspx for further details and entry form. The entry deadline is March 1, 2014.
Pear Excellence
Student Recipe Competition

 


Salad or soup, beverage or breakfast, we want to see Canadian culinary students’ flair with the pear!

 

Students are encouraged to create a pear recipe that tantalizes our taste buds, and if it does, we’ll sing their praises!

Five regional finalists will be selected to compete in Vancouver for the $2,500 Grand Prize on April 8, 2014!

A finalist will be selected from each of the following five regions: British Columbia (including Northwest Territories), Prairies (Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba), Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland/Labrador, P.E.I)
Only one will win the prestigious Grand Prize!
The Grand Prize winner will receive $2,500 (US) and their school will win $500 (US) for supplies or its general tuition scholarship fund. The four finalists who compete in Vancouver but are not selected as the grand prize winner will each receive$1,000 (US) and their school will be awarded $300 (US) for supplies or its general tuition scholarship fund.
A panel of judges will evaluate the recipe submissions on the following criteria:
Pears – Does the recipe use an appropriate amount of Green Anjou, Red Anjou, or Bosc varieties of USA Pears so that the flavour is identified when tasted?

Canadian-Grown Ingredient – Does the recipe showcase at least one Canadian-produced protein or produce item or dairy product, etc. that complements the pears in your recipe?

Creativity – Is the recipe creative and unique?
Mechanics of the Recipe – Does it work?  Does it taste good?
Appearance – Does the dish look appetizing?
Inspiration – Does the dish have the capability to inspire?

Don’t delay!  Entries are due March 1, 2014!

This contest is open only to Canadian culinary students. Seewww.usapears.org/excellence.aspx for full terms and conditions.

Details and entry forms are available online in both French and English languages.
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