The Niagara Falls Culinary Institute will host an American Culinary Federation (ACF) competition from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 27-28. This annual competition is geared toward promoting student and professional cooking excellence, and is open to the public for anyone interested in viewing the action. There is no charge to attend.
NFCI offers a class specifically designed to train students to become culinary competitors.
“Competition creates an atmosphere of learning and striving to take your abilities to the next level. Competitors involved improve their skills, and spectators build confidence by watching and prepare to take on the challenge of competing in the future,” said assistant professor and coordinator of culinary arts, chef Scott Steiner.
Some highlights of the two-day competition include live ice carving along with pastry and culinary display work on Saturday. Sunday will feature live cooking competition with professionals plating four entrees and student competitors plating two.
For more information on offerings at NFCI, visit http://nfculinary.org/.