To mirror the Academy’s faith in the extraordinary force of gastronomy, the current year’s Grand Finale included three extra honors: the Acqua Panna Award for Connection in Gastronomy, the S.Pellegrino Award for Social Responsibility, and the Fine Dining Lovers Food for Thought Award.
Without precedent for the occasion’s set of experiences, the youthful gourmet expert victor of every one of the three extra honors was picked from 12 worldwide finalists for every class gathered at the Grand Finale.안전놀이터
Callan Austin (Africa and Middle East) – S.Pellegrino Award for Social Responsibility Award Winner 2021
Callan Austin, top assistant chef at Chefs Warehouse Tintswalo Atlantic, in Cape Town, South Africa, addressing the Africa and Middle East Region and coached by cook Candice Philip, was granted the S.Pellegrino Award for Social Responsibility. A prize given to the youthful gourmet expert best ready to put manageability on a plate.
Austin’s unique dish, the ‘Apparition Net’, featured the natural predicament of fishing nets that have been deserted or adrift out in the ocean. “I conceptualized the Ghost Net to instruct individuals on the matter and I accept that my dish really talked about maintainability, from my idea to my privately searched, sourced reasonable fixings,” he said.
Tolerating the honor he said: “It’s been an advantage to be a piece of this opposition. I’m simply so glad I can return this information to my nation and make something great of it.” Elissa Abou Tasse (Africa and Middle East) – Acqua Panna Award for Connection in Gastronomy Award Winner 2021
Elisa Abou Tasse, from Lebanon, addressing Africa and Middle East , and coached by cook Tony Ziade, won the honor for her capacity to interface a few societies in her dish: ‘Adam’s nursery’, which she said “focuses on reproducing history and societies”.
Elisa couldn’t go to the Grand finale and sent a video message to the gathered youthful gourmet experts and crowd saying: ‘I unequivocally accept that our foundations and culture can develop by meeting worldwide impacts. My dish is an image of that.’
Andrea Ravasio (Spain, Iberian and Mediterranean) – Fine Dining Lovers Food for Thought Award Winner 2021
Andrea Ravasio, the youthful gourmet expert addressing the Spain, Iberian and Mediterranean district, won the Fine Dining Lovers Food for Thought Award 2021, as decided in favor of by the Fine Dining Lovers crowd.
Ravasio’s unmistakable dish, ‘El Domingo Del Campesino’, commended produce from the Canary Islands like ‘cochino negro’, persuading perusers that he was best ready to address his culinary way of thinking on a plate.