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,

Melissa Evans, Samantha Katharine Hudon-Sue, Michelle McAllen, Janine Sumner Traverse, and Joel Carta

Melissa Evans, Samantha Katharine Hudon-Sue, Michelle McAllen, Janine Sumner Traverse, and Joel Carta

 

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Pear Bureau Northwest is pleased to announce the

National Grand Prize Winner in the 2014 USA Pears Pear Excellence Canadian Culinary Student Recipe Competition

 recently held at

 The Dirty Apron Cooking School in Vancouver.

 

Grand Prize Winner
Michelle McAllen

Michelle McAllen, a 18-year-old student from New Brunswick Community College – St. Andrews,

representing the Maritimes Region, won top honors from the judges with her dish,

 Fresh and Cured with Compliments of Pear.

The judges noted that the recipe looked amazing, had great flavor, and showcased the versatile pear in a variety of excellent uses.

 

Michelle’s worthy competitors were:

Melissa EvansVancouver Island University, representing the British Columbia/Northwest Territories region

Janine Sumner TraversePaterson GlobalFoods Institute, Red River College  representing the Prairies region

Samantha Katharine Hudon-Sue from LaSalle College, representing the Québec region

Joel Carta from  Centennial College – Progress Campus, representing the Ontario region

Click here to view all the winning recipes!

The members of the final judging event’s prestigious judging panel were

 Anya Levykh (Food Columnist, CBC On The Coast), 

David Robertson (Chef and Owner, The Dirty Apron Cooking School),

Trevor Bird (Chef and Owner, Fable Kitchen),

and Joe Chow (Sales Manager, The Produce Terminal).

The student competitors won an all-expenses-paid trip to Vancouver to compete in the national competition.

First prize earned $2,500, and the remaining students each took home a $1,000 cash award to recognize their earning regional titles.

In addition, food writers and bloggers were there to capture the action behind-the-scenes and before the judges, so the students earned media exposure as well.

Twitter was used to dispatch play-by-play updates from @USApears live during the finals with the tag #PearExcellence.

 

 

 

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